“Navigation” refers to the ways that you can move around in this training—how you get from one page to another. This training assumes that you're familiar with using the Internet and navigating Web pages. That is, you know that clicking underlined text or certain graphics on a page will move you to another page. We're going to discuss only the specific navigation features that this training provides.

This training is designed to be completed in a certain sequence, so each page includes one specific instruction that tells you exactly what you should do next. These instructions are formatted slightly differently so that they're easy to spot; for example, “To continue, click Select.”

Every page includes both text and graphic links that let you move freely between the training pages. The types of navigation provided depend on the type of page you're viewing: module, lesson, or task. We'll start by explaining module pages.

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