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User manual

User manual

A guide about the meaning of icons found in digital lessons and the possibilities of using them.

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Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

Reviewer: Jóri Johanna, Molnár Mónika, Molnár László

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, tutorial, help, icons, icon, 3D, video, tools, menu, lesson

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