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    #1

    customized list

    I'm having trouble understanding the following in red. Please paraphrase it more easily. Does "government requirements" mean something like "stipulations"?

    And, by then, many government agencies around the world had already started putting their procedures online, from downloading forms to applying and paying for licenses. One big precedent was the "wizard" you find on many sites, for example, eBay's Tools Wizard for sellers. Kelly set up a "Requirements Wizard" with easy-to-understand questions whose answers assemble a customized list of government requirements that fit exactly the specific situation of each business, so that each business can know exactly what it needs to do to be in compliance.

    Thank you.

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    Re: customized list

    Yes. The number of gov't regulations one must comply with when running a business is nearly limitless.

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