Use Track Change Tables

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Use Track Change Tables
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When you create a test disc to use in a village, the track assignments on that disc will be different from those on the source disc. A track change table is a good way to note the changes so that you know where to find each test and question set. You and other people will need to refer to and use the contents of each MiniDisc. Noting the changes consistently and accurately will ensure that no mistakes are made when transferring or playing tracks.

Open this document for instructions and examples on using track change tables.