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Instructions for changing an article name
- People asked for a list of the articles that had been moved, as as the guy who made the moves failed to do it, I made it at Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject Ships#List of ship class articles moved by User:Kwamikagami
- Select an article from the list whose name you object to. For example Trafalgar-class submarine. Go to the article in question.
- When I view the article on Trafalgar-class submarine there are six tabs at the top. The fifth tab is marked move. Click on move.
- This produces the move page. Copy the article name into the box marked "To new title:", and edit it - for example to: Trafalgar class submarine
- Put the reason for the move in the box marked "Reason". I would guess that the reason would be: Revert controversial move made without consensus
- The box marked "Move associated talk page" should be ticked. On my computer the default is ticked.
- The box marked "Watch source page and target page" can be ticked or not ticked. On my computer the default is ticked.
- Press the button marked move page.