ReferenceCards

Emacs is distributed with printable reference cards.

A file, `refcard.tex’ (and `refcard.ps’ in PostScript format), which gives most of the keybindings for basic editing.

If you do not have access to TeX or some sort of PostScript interpreter like GhostScript?, then http://refcards.com/ has PDF versions of this, an XEmacs card, and one for AdvancedDeskCalculator as well.

An alternate Emacs reference card is available at http://www.mitchr.me/ as a PDF file.

I generated an Emacs 22 reference card from refcard.tex. Available at http://marc-abramowitz.com/archives/2006/04/10/emacs-22-reference-card/


Emacs 23 comes with a number of refcards, in tex and pdf format. Most of them can be located from inside emacs with M-x locate refcard. These cards are meant to be printed and folded so as to provide a quick reference sheet to the most common shortcuts of emacs and its extensions.

  refcard.pdf -- english
  fr-refcard.pdf -- french
  de-refcard.pdf -- german
  pl-refcard.pdf -- polish
  ru-refcard.pdf -- russian
  cs-refcard.pdf -- czech
  pt-br-refcard.pdf -- portuguese
 
  survival.tex -- another reference card for emacs (2-fold)
  dired-ref.pdf -- reference card for dired
  calccard.pdf -- reference card for calc mode
  orgcard.pdf -- reference card for org mode
  gnus-refcard.pdf -- reference card for gnus
  gnus-booklet.pdf -- extended list of shortcuts for gnus
  vipcard.tex -- reference card for VIP, also known as vi-mode
  vipercard.tex -- reference card for viper mode
  tex-ref.pdf.gz -- reference card for auctex

Other refcards include {fr,sk,cs}-dired-ref.pdf, {fr,sk,cs}-survival.tex.


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