Commit 73635959 authored by Karl Heuer's avatar Karl Heuer

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parent 7aa122f4
......@@ -534,9 +534,9 @@ C-x C-f. This way you can get quite a number of files inside Emacs.
Finally, type C-x C-f TUTORIAL <Return>
to come back to the tutorial.
Emacs stores each file's text inside an object called a "buffer."
Emacs stores each file's text inside an object called a "buffer".
Finding a file makes a new buffer inside Emacs. To see a list of the
buffers that current exist in your Emacs job, type
buffers that currently exist in your Emacs job, type
C-x C-b List buffers
......@@ -647,8 +647,8 @@ Emacs deletes its auto save file.
If the computer crashes, you can recover your auto-saved editing by
finding the file normally (the file you were editing, not the auto
save file) and then typing M-x recover file<return>. When it asks for
confirmation, type yes<return> to go ahead and recover the auto-save
save file) and then typing M-x recover file<Return>. When it asks for
confirmation, type yes<Return> to go ahead and recover the auto-save
data.
......@@ -656,7 +656,7 @@ data.
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If Emacs sees that you are typing commands slowly it shows them to you
at the bottom of the screen in an area called the "echo area." The echo
at the bottom of the screen in an area called the "echo area". The echo
area contains the bottom line of the screen.
......@@ -703,7 +703,7 @@ switch to Fundamental mode.
If you are going to be editing English text, such as this file, you
should probably use Text Mode.
>> Type M-x text-mode<Return>.
>> Type M-x text mode<Return>.
Don't worry, none of the commands you have learned changes Emacs in
any great way. But you can observe that M-f and M-b now treat
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