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Info for Experts
This chapter describes various advanced Info commands, and how to
write an Info as distinct from a Texinfo file. (However, in most
cases, writing a Texinfo file is better, since you can use it *both* to
generate an Info file and to make a printed manual. Note: Overview of
- Advanced Info commands: g, s, e, and 1 - 5.
- Describes how to add new nodes to the hierarchy.
Also tells what nodes look like.
- How to add to or create menus in Info nodes.
- How to add cross-references to Info nodes.
- How to make tag tables for Info files.
- Checking an Info File
- Emacs Info Variables
- Variables modifying the behavior of Emacs Info.
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