Commit 59ee4113 authored by Jay Belanger's avatar Jay Belanger
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(Tutorial): Clarify how to set up the on-line tutorial.

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2008-11-17 Jay Belanger <jay.p.belanger@gmail.com>
* calc.texi (Tutorial): Clarify how to set up the on-line tutorial.
2008-11-16 Michael Kifer <kifer@cs.stonybrook.edu>
* viper.texi (viper-ESC-keyseq-timeout, viper-ESC-key): Removed.
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......@@ -1266,7 +1266,7 @@ you have followed a cross-reference, you can press the letter
You can press @kbd{?} at any time for a brief summary of Info commands.
Press @kbd{1} now to enter the first section of the Tutorial.
Press the number @kbd{1} now to enter the first section of the Tutorial.
@menu
* Tutorial::
......@@ -1296,10 +1296,13 @@ self-explanatory. @xref{Embedded Mode}, for a description of
the Embedded mode interface.
The easiest way to read this tutorial on-line is to have two windows on
your Emacs screen, one with Calc and one with the Info system. (If you
have a printed copy of the manual you can use that instead.) Press
@kbd{C-x * c} to turn Calc on or to switch into the Calc window, and
press @kbd{C-x * i} to start the Info system or to switch into its window.
your Emacs screen, one with Calc and one with the Info system. Press
@kbd{C-x * t} to set this up; the on-line tutorial will be opened in the
current window and Calc will be started in another window. From the
Info window, the command @kbd{C-x * c} can be used to switch to the Calc
window and @kbd{C-x * o} can be used to switch back to the Info window.
(If you have a printed copy of the manual you can use that instead; in
that case you only need to press @kbd{C-x * c} to start Calc.)
This tutorial is designed to be done in sequence. But the rest of this
manual does not assume you have gone through the tutorial. The tutorial
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