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User:Theresa knott

A lab technician, from London, my interests include, science, cooking, gardening,& rock music. I have a degree in physics from UCL, am currently preparing for an open university[?] course on mathematics.

At the moment, I'm for the most part working on adding diagrams to spice up some of the science pages on Wikipedia, and adding practical how to type content. I usually use a word processor to draw diagrams. I'm interested in recruting others to add diagrams, especially on the science pages because I believe a picture really gets a point across the way no amount of text can. See wikipedia:Graphics tutorials if your interested in learing how to draw simple diagrams using free tools or software your probably already own.

I don't have a brag list for articles {because I can't be bothered} but I am quite proud of some of my diagrams see the list at the bottom of Wikipedia:How to draw a diagram with Microsoft Word.

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Stop reading this and get back to your school work!

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Deseret alphabet http://www.unicode.org/pending/deseret/Deseret http://www.omniglot.com/writing/deseret.htm deseretalphabet_englishequiv.gif

This diagram was created with the drawing tools that come with [[Microsoft Word]]. See [[Wikipedia:How to draw a diagram with Microsoft Word]] for advice on how to draw diagrams like this.
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*[[Wikipedia:Naming conventions]]
*[[Wikipedia:Manual of Style]]

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*[[wikipedia:image use policy]]
*[[Wikipedia:How to keep image file sizes as small as possible]]

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