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Section
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h1. Biggest heading
h5. Smallest heading

*bold*
_italic_

\---\- for a horizontal line across the page

* for a bullet point
** for a sub-bullet
# for a numbered point

[British Library|http://www.bl.uk] for a link to a Web site

{note:title=title of note} text of note
{note}
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Biggest heading

Smallest heading

bold
italic
---- for a horizontal line across the page

  • for a bullet point
    • for a sub-bullet
  1. for a numbered point
    British Library for a link to a Web site
    Note
    titletitle of note

    text of note

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This presumes that the part of the wiki ("space") the page is to be added to exists, if it doesn't, see Creating a space below.

Navigate to the space or page where you want the new page.
Click the New Page hyperlink top right. The default page's name is by default _New Page_. you will want to change this. Add some content and click Save.
The new page opens.

Note that putting a link (see below) to a non-existent page creates it.

Once the page is created, you can type text in it or use copy text from Word to Confluence. Some Word formatting will be retained. 

Attaching a file to a page in the wiki

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Click the Insert/Edit Link icon (it looks like a chain) on the toolbar.
To link to a page in the UCL Wiki, search e.g. Global Spaces for the page. Click the link and click OK. (Attachments are included in the search.)
To link to a page on the Internet, click on the *External Link* tab and enter the address. (it may be safest to copy the address from your browser's Address field).

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