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| You are welcome to practice editing the Psychology Wiki. But rather than disrupt existing articles it is best to use the a Sandbox, an area especially set aside so you can experiment
There are two ways to get to a sandbox:
Just towards the top left hand corner of both these page is a link which says "edit" click this and wait for the edit page to load.
Note the editing space inside the boxed outline and the line of buttons, with pictures and letters, above and the "Save page" buttons below the frame. You sometimes have to scroll down to the latter if you are working on a small screen.
In the box highlight any existing text and delete. You are now ready to start.
Click the "save page" if you want to save your edits or hit your back button to exit
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