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Changed: 14c14
* Another way is to use the HTML 0 tags:
* Another way is to use the HTML PRE and /PRE tags:

Changed: 17,22c17,22
Preformatted text uses a monospaced font, helpful
for exact alignment of numerical columns, or for
creating ASCII art or diagrams. Using HTML tags
for preformatted text does not preserve Wiki links,
like SandBox, because nothing but line-ends are
processed in a PRE /PRE block.
Preformatted text uses a monospaced font, helpful
for exact alignment of numerical columns, or for
creating ASCII art or diagrams. Using HTML tags
for preformatted text does not preserve Wiki links,
like SandBox, because nothing but line-ends are
processed in a PRE /PRE block.

Changed: 25c25
Up -- Intro and Tour TOC -:- Next -- Text and Font Formatting -:- Try it in the SandBox
Up -- Intro and Tour TOC -:- Next -- Text and Font Formatting -:- Try it in the SandBox

Add paragraphs by simply typing the text into the editing box. The basic rules are:

    Preformatted text uses a monospaced font, helpful
    for exact alignment of numerical columns, or for
    creating ASCII art or diagrams. Indenting also
    preserves Wiki links, like SandBox.

    Preformatted text uses a monospaced font, helpful
    for exact alignment of numerical columns, or for
    creating ASCII art or diagrams. Using HTML tags 
    for preformatted text does not preserve Wiki links,
    like SandBox, because nothing but line-ends are
    processed in a PRE /PRE block.

Up -- Intro and Tour TOC -:- Next -- Text and Font Formatting -:- Try it in the SandBox
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