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Train from Rome to Venice and then Lake Como

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I have gone back and read several questions that have been posted regarding train travel and I have looked at the Trenitalia site and the seat 61. I am trying to book train travel for the first time and I am trying to become familiar before I have to book for June 2013 travel. I am afraid this might be a dumb question but I will give it a shot and hope I don't get chastised for a stupid question.

When I am plugging in the "from" and "to" on the Trenitalia site and I put in "Rome" then I am not sure which of the drop down options I should pick...Roma Termini, Roma Tutte Stazioni,etc....the applies same when I try to put in Venice. This is probably a "duhhhh" question but I just can't seem to get it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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