Commit 4a3142d2 authored by Karl Heuer's avatar Karl Heuer

Rephrase the first page to fit on a standard tty screen.

parent 84fb1139
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You are looking at the Emacs tutorial.
Emacs commands generally involve the CONTROL key (sometimes labeled
CTRL or CTL) or the META key (sometimes labeled EDIT or ALT). Rather than
write out META or CONTROL each time we want you to prefix a character,
we'll use the following abbreviations:
write that in full each time, we'll use the following abbreviations:
C-<chr> means hold the CONTROL key while typing the character <chr>
Thus, C-f would be: hold the CONTROL key and type f.
M-<chr> means hold the META or EDIT or ALT key down while typing <chr>.
If there is no META key or equivalent, type <ESC>, release it,
then type the character <chr>. "<ESC>" stands for the
key labeled "ESC".
If there is no META, EDIT or ALT key, instead press and release the
ESC key and then type <chr>. We write <ESC> for the ESC key.
Important note: to end the Emacs session, type C-x C-c. (Two characters.)
The characters ">>" at the left margin indicate directions for you to
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