For those of you not quite familiar with Markdown, here is a quick crash course on the useful bits:

# A single hash followed by a space dictates header 1

A single hash followed by a space dictates header 1

## Add an extra hash to continue to go deeper in header numbers

Add an extra hash to continue to go deeper in header numbers

In order to print onto a new line without starting a paragraph, (there are two spaces after this line)
add two spaces to the line ends.

If you don't add two spaces, then it just treats it like a space. Like this.

Carriage return twice to start a new paragraph.

**Sample bold text**
__Sample bold text__
*Sample italics text*
_Another way to italicize_

Sample bold text
Sample bold text
Sample italics text
Another way to italicize

[Sample hyperlink](put_the_URL_in_here)
Sample hyperlink

(If you're ever unsure what goes in a URL but you know that you should link to something, leave the parentheses completely blank and I'll catch it during review.)

![Precede the hyperlink with an exclamation mark to embed an image](url)
Precede the hyperlink with an exclamation mark to embed an image

(The text above is also the "alt" text of the image)

Having a URL in your clipboard and hitting Ctrl+K, Enter is another way to create the hyperlink. Avoid ticking the box "Open link in a new window".

Tables are →|A bit more →|Complicated
|
But basically each column is →|Separated by a vertical line →|Except
The second line after the header →|Should ***just*** have a singular vertical line. →|Like in this example

Tables are → A bit more → Complicated
But basically each column is → Separated by a vertical line → Except
The second line after the header → Should just have a singular vertical line. → Like in this example

Once a table is formed, you may also right click it and edit table to open an editor (if you use Markdown Monster at least). You may also have a table in your clipboard and hit the "interactive table editor" button.