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(reftex)Key Bindings

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Default Key Bindings

   Here is a summary of the available key bindings.

     C-c =      `reftex-toc'
     C-c (      `reftex-label'
     C-c )      `reftex-reference'
     C-c [      `reftex-citation'
     C-c &      `reftex-view-crossref'
     S-mouse-2  `reftex-mouse-view-crossref'
     C-c /      `reftex-index-selection-or-word'
     C-c \      `reftex-index-phrase-selection-or-word'
     C-c |      `reftex-index-visit-phrases-buffer'
     C-c <      `reftex-index'
     C-c >      `reftex-display-index'

   Note that the `S-mouse-2' binding is only provided if this key is
not already used by some other package.  RefTeX will not override an
existing binding to `S-mouse-2'.

   Personally, I also bind some functions in the users `C-c' map for
easier access.

     C-c t    `reftex-toc'
     C-c l    `reftex-label'
     C-c r    `reftex-reference'
     C-c c    `reftex-citation'
     C-c v    `reftex-view-crossref'
     C-c s    `reftex-search-document'
     C-c g    `reftex-grep-document'

These keys are reserved for the user, so I cannot bind them by default.
If you want to have these key bindings available, set in your `.emacs'

     (setq reftex-extra-bindings t)

   Changing and adding to RefTeX's key bindings is best done in the hook
`reftex-load-hook'.  For information on the keymaps which should be
used to add keys, see Note: Keymaps and Hooks.

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