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Traveling TO cdg FROM Paris

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I have perused former posts but all seem to deal with getting INTO Paris from the airport. I am asking about leaving Paris TOWARD Roissy. I'm asking this because I did it wrong the last time. I was continuing north on the RER but upon seeing my suitcase an English speaker approached me and said,"You're on the wrong train for CDG, you were supposed to change trains."
I believe I had hopped on the RER at Gare du Nord, so I'm hoping one of you well-traveled Fodorites can help me distinguish where I am supposed to change trains, or WHICH train in particular I should catch at Gare du Nord,
Many thanks.
Sad to be leaving.

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