Emacs includes its own interactive
tutorial and very complete on-line documentation; you'll find
instructions on how to invoke both on the default
Emacs startup screen. A good introduction
on paper is Learning GNU Emacs [Cameron].
The keystroke commands used in the Unix ports of
Netscape/Mozilla and Internet Explorer text windows (in forms and the
mailer) are copied from the stock Emacs
bindings for basic text editing. These bindings are the closest thing
to a cross-platform standard for editor keystrokes.
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