Commit 7da970c0 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Minor changes from Richard M. Stallman.

parent d7d7da37
......@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ use keyboard commands to set the mark. @xref{Mouse Commands}.
@findex exchange-point-and-mark
Ordinary terminals have only one cursor, so there is no way for Emacs
to show you where the mark is located. You have to remember. The usual
solution to this problem is to set the mark and then use it before
solution to this problem is to set the mark and then use it soon, before
you forget where it is. Alternatively, you can see where the mark is
with the command @kbd{C-x C-x} (@code{exchange-point-and-mark}) which
puts the mark where point was and point where the mark was. The extent
......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ on a region will get an error and refuse to operate. You can make the
region active again by typing @kbd{C-x C-x}.
@item
Commands like @kbd{M->} and @kbd{C-s} that ``leave the mark behind'', in
Commands like @kbd{M->} and @kbd{C-s} that ``leave the mark behind'' in
addition to some other primary purpose, do not activate the new mark.
You can activate the new region by executing @kbd{C-x C-x}
(@code{exchange-point-and-mark}).
......@@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ Print hardcopy with @kbd{M-x print-region} (@pxref{Hardcopy}).
Evaluate it as Lisp code with @kbd{M-x eval-region} (@pxref{Lisp Eval}).
@end itemize
Most commands that operate on text in the region have the word
Most commands that operate on the text in the region have the word
@code{region} in their names.
@node Marking Objects
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