Standardize the way M-x commands are written:
dashes inside command names, not spaces; spaces before <Return>. (Summary): Describe the new behavior of C-l. (Basic Cursor Control): Don't say that files "ought" to end in newlines. Try to distinguish scroll bar from fringes. You can also scroll with a wheel mouse. (If Emacs Stops Responding): Rename from "When Emacs is hung". (Inserting And Deleting): Continuation marks appear in the fringe. Clarify that deletion can be undone. Mention cut and paste, and the Glossary. (Files, Mode Line): Update mode-line format. (Extending The Command Set): Downplay C-z, since using Emacs on a text-only terminal is less common these days. (Searching): Incremental searching is no longer atypical. Downplay flow control issues, remove reference to deleted FAQ node. (Multiple Windows): Mention frames. (Multiple Frames): New section. (Getting More Help): Downplay C-h having a different binding. Don't say help is "on-line", since the meaning has changed. (More Features): Replace "on-line". Use C-h rather than F10 h. Say a little more about completion. (Conclusion): Don't mention C-z again here.
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