adding Creative Commons licences to your physical documents
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When you are marking a physical document such as printed page from a text document, or hand written material, you need to physically write a notice of the licence.

 

choose a licence step 2: choose a licence
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Before you can add the source code to your website you first need to choose a licence. The licence chooser provides an easy to use interface for choosing a licence. Fill in the questions and the appropriate licence is automatically generated.

launch launch licence chooser

 

step 3: mark the work
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Give notice of the licence, along with your copyright notice, on each item you wish the licence to apply to. For example:
>© John Citizen 2005
>this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence
>full terms at [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

 

The URL listed points potential users of your work to the Commons Deed applicable to your licence.
 

 

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