Commit e64159dd authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Minor fixes.

parent f616d119
......@@ -618,6 +618,7 @@ There are many C-x commands. Here is a list of the ones you have learned:
C-x C-s Save file.
C-x C-b List buffers.
C-x C-c Quit Emacs.
C-x 1 Delete all but one window.
C-x u Undo.
Named eXtended commands are commands which are used even less
......@@ -661,15 +662,15 @@ data.
* ECHO AREA
-----------
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
area contains the bottom line of the screen.
If Emacs sees that you are typing multicharacter commands slowly, it
shows them to you at the bottom of the screen in an area called the
"echo area". The echo area contains the bottom line of the screen.
* MODE LINE
-----------
The line immediately above the echo area it is called the "mode line".
The line immediately above the echo area is called the "mode line".
The mode line says something like this:
--:** TUTORIAL (Fundamental)--L670--58%----------------
......@@ -711,7 +712,7 @@ 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>.
Don't worry, none of the commands you have learned changes Emacs in
Don't worry, none of the Emacs commands you have learned changes in
any great way. But you can observe that M-f and M-b now treat
apostrophes as part of words. Previously, in Fundamental mode,
M-f and M-b treated apostrophes as word-separators.
......@@ -757,7 +758,7 @@ as a numeric argument.
characters with it. Then set the margin back to 70 using
C-x f again.
If you makes changes in the middle of a paragraph, Auto Fill mode
If you make changes in the middle of a paragraph, Auto Fill mode
does not re-fill it for you.
To re-fill the paragraph, type M-q (Meta-q) with the cursor inside
that paragraph.
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