Wikipedia:Tip of the day/November 3

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Wikipedia's alphabetical index of articles

Sometimes it is useful to look up a topic in the same way you would look it up in a paper book – using an index. Perhaps you are unsure of the precise name of what you are looking for, or maybe you are interested in a word root which has many applications, such as "self-". Or maybe you would just like to browse the index.

Wikipedia has an index of all of its articles. Here are 3 ways of accessing it:

  1. A–Z index
  2. Special:AllPages
  3. Special:Prefixindex

You can place these links on your user page or talk page (or both) for convenient access.

Read more: Wikipedia: Special pages

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