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Intro to org-mode

Taking notes, marking TODOs, checklists: welcome to org-mode.

Finding and using emacs' built-in documentation

Emacs' built-in help and docs are second to none. Take advantage o...

Setting up package management with use-package

Learn how to configure emacs to download and use external packages.

Splitting the screen and switching buffers

How to see multiple files at once, and choosing which files to see.

Introducing Emacs

A basic introduction to the Emacs text editor.