Commit dcb14dc0 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Minor wording changes, suggested by Per Starback <starback@ling.uu.se>.

parent c7fa86d5
......@@ -358,8 +358,8 @@ and M-e, sort of, in that lines are opposite sentences.
You can also kill any part of the buffer with one uniform method.
Move to one end of that part, and type C-@ or C-SPC (either one).
Move to the other end of that part, and type C-w. That kills
all the text between the two positions.
(SPC is the Space bar.) Move to the other end of that part, and type
C-w. That kills all the text between the two positions.
>> Move the cursor to the Y at the start of the previous paragraph.
>> Type C-SPC. Emacs should display a message "Mark set"
......@@ -641,7 +641,9 @@ example is the command replace-string, which globally replaces one
string with another. When you type M-x, Emacs prompts you at the
bottom of the screen with M-x and you should type the name of the
command; in this case, "replace-string". Just type "repl s<TAB>" and
Emacs will complete the name. End the command name with <Return>.
Emacs will complete the name. (<TAB> is the Tab key, usually found
above the lCapsLock or Shift key near the left edge of the keyboard.)
End the command name with <Return>.
The replace-string command requires two arguments--the string to be
replaced, and the string to replace it with. You must end each
......@@ -850,7 +852,8 @@ the search is reversed.
One of the nice features of Emacs is that you can display more than one
window on the screen at the same time.
>> Move the cursor to this line and type C-u 0 C-l.
>> Move the cursor to this line and type C-u 0 C-l (that's control-L, not
control-1).
>> Now type C-x 2 which splits the screen into two windows.
Both windows display this tutorial. The cursor stays in the top window.
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