Commit 0bd08c00 authored by Richard Stallman's avatar Richard Stallman Committed by Paul Eggert
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* etc/tutorials/TUTORIAL: Update.

parent 9df49cdd
......@@ -17,15 +17,19 @@ The characters ">>" at the left margin indicate directions for you to
try using a command. For instance:
<<Blank lines inserted around following line by help-with-tutorial>>
[Middle of page left blank for didactic purposes. Text continues below]
>> Now type C-v (View next screen) to move to the next screen.
>> Now type C-v (View next screen) to scroll down in the tutorial.
(go ahead, do it by holding down the CONTROL key while typing v).
From now on, you should do this again whenever you finish
reading the screen.
From now on, please do this whenever you reach the end of the screen.
Note that there is an overlap of two lines when you move from screen
to screen; this provides some continuity so you can continue reading
Note that there is an overlap of two lines when you scroll a whole
screenful; this provides some continuity so you can continue reading
the text.
This is a copy of the Emacs tutorial text, customized slightly for
you. Later on we will instruct you to try various commands to alter
this text. Don't worry if you change this text before we tell you to;
that is called "editing" and that's what Emacs is for.
The first thing that you need to know is how to move around from place
to place in the text. You already know how to move forward one screen,
with C-v. To move backwards one screen, type M-v (hold down the META key
......@@ -33,6 +37,7 @@ and type v, or type <ESC>v if you do not have a META, EDIT, or ALT key).
>> Try typing M-v and then C-v, a few times.
It is ok to scroll this text in other ways, if you know how.
* SUMMARY
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......@@ -56,7 +61,6 @@ You can also use the PageUp and PageDn keys to move by screenfuls, if
your terminal has them, but you can edit more efficiently if you use
C-v and M-v.
* BASIC CURSOR CONTROL
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