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Paragraph and List Formatting
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Or even center-aligned text.
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- Two fish.
- Perhaps even red fish or blue fish.
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- Add as many items as you'd like.
- You can even nest lists by pressing the Tab key on your keyboard.
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|This is a table.|
|Tables are great for tabular data.|
|Or just putting things in order.|
|Right click tables for options.|
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