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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT 
This manual was created for the Moodle.org community by Bryan C. Williams of remote Learner.net, and is available under 
the Creative Commons Noncommercial copyright. You may copy, distribute, and create derivative works based upon it   but 
for noncommercial purposes only. Any alteration of the original work must credit the author, and members of the Moodle  
community that contributed to this document (Bryan C. Williams, Matt Riordan and Martin Dougiamas). 
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