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Here is how to rename an OpenWetWare page:
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#Click on the [[Image:Movetab.png]] tab at the top of the page you want to move.
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#In the '''To new title:''' box, enter your new page name.
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#In the '''Reason''' box, enter a quick note about the reason.  For instance, adherence to [[Help:Page_naming_conventions | OWW naming conventions]] is a common reason for renaming pages.
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Welcome to the Franklin Lab. We are a research lab on the campus of [http://www.utah.edu The University of Utah] in the [http://www.cvrti.utah.edu/ The Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute (CVRTI)].<br>
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'''Note''' that moving a page automatically results in the old page becoming a redirect to the new page.  Thus, links to the old page will continue to function. 
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#Go to the new page.
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#Click [[Image:Whatlinkshere.png]] on the left side of the page under toolbox. 
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#You'll be taken to a list of pages that link to the page either directly or via a redirect. 
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#You can then visit each of those pages individually and edit the links there so that they point directly to the new page name.
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Welcome to the Franklin Lab. We are a research lab on the campus of The University of Utah in the The Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute (CVRTI).

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