Formatting for Info =================== Texinfo mode provides several commands for formatting part or all of a Texinfo file for Info. Often, when you are writing a document, you want to format only part of a file--that is, a region. You can use either the `texinfo-format-region' or the `makeinfo-region' command to format a region: `C-c C-e C-r' `M-x texinfo-format-region' `C-c C-m C-r' `M-x makeinfo-region' Format the current region for Info. You can use either the `texinfo-format-buffer' or the `makeinfo-buffer' command to format a whole buffer: `C-c C-e C-b' `M-x texinfo-format-buffer' `C-c C-m C-b' `M-x makeinfo-buffer' Format the current buffer for Info. For example, after writing a Texinfo file, you can type the following: C-u C-c C-u m or C-u M-x texinfo-master-menu This updates all the nodes and menus. Then type the following to create an Info file: C-c C-m C-b or M-x makeinfo-buffer For TeX or the Info formatting commands to work, the file _must_ include a line that has `@setfilename' in its header. Note: Creating an Info File, for details about Info formatting.
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