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This template is used to tag pages for speedy deletion.
This template places the page into the categories: Candidates for speedy deletion, and Candidates for speedy deletion as obviously invented.
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- This is the most basic form of the template.
- Skips inclusion of message that reminds the template user that the author should be notified.
- Bot accounts will specify the
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Author notification[edit source]
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...on the User talk page of the main contributor(s) to the page, replacing PageName with the name of the page being marked for deletion. This will display the following user warning template: