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Links to short PDF tutorials that can be worked through to understand more challenging features.
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We hope you’re enjoying the course so far. Now we’ve got your attention, for those looking for something a bit more challenging we have gathered some extra material which you may want to work through. Or if you prefer, you can download the material to look at another time.
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