Easy Blogging With Emacs -- Cheatsheet
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  • Easy Blogging With Emacs – cheatsheet General Emacs Commands C-x 1 one Window C-x d directory list C-x s save C-x C-s save C-x C-c exit C-x C-f open file C-y yank (paste) C-a go to beginning of line C-e go to end of line C-space start selection M-w copy selection C-w cut selection M-q auto-wrap lines C-g cancel Org Commands Tab expand/collapse M-Enter add new item to the list C-c C-c reformat C-c C-e h export to html Org­Mode Examples ➔Paragraphs: Paragraph1 Paragraph1 continued Paragraph2 Paragraph2 continued ➔Headings: * Heading1 ** Heading2 *** Heading3 ** Heading2 * Heading1 ** Heading2 ➔Lists: + item-1 1. item-1.1 2. item-1.2 3. item-1.3 + item-2 - item-2.1 - item-2.2 - item-2.3 + item-3 ➔Inline markup: *bold*, /italic/, _underlined_, =code= and ~verbatim~ ➔Hyperlink: [[http://www.google.com][Google]] ➔Preformatted: #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE Some example from a text file. #+END_EXAMPLE