Getting Started Org-mode on Emacs
Org mode is an artifact under Emacs. Compared with the lightweight format of markdown, It has more functions and expandability, but it is still difficult to get started. Here is only a brief introduction to some of the basic functions.
org-mode uses * to indicate headings, and the number of * to indicate heading level:
- Use the Control-[RET] key to insert the title of the same level, and you can use the Alt-left/right title to increase and decrease the level
- Using Alt-Up and Alt-Down swap the Headings content Up and Down (including sub-chapters).
- You can use the Tab key to expand and collapse the headings, and the Shift+Tab key to expand and collapse all chapters.
The List includes two types:
1 2 3
+ list + list + sub-list
1 2 3
1. list 2. list 1. sub-list
Here is an example of Link.
NOTE: After inputting, the GUI display will change, edit through C-c C-l
For display image is similar:
Here is an example of Footnotes.
Can be inserted through C-c C-x f, and footnote jump to the definition C-c C-c
The Org-mode table is implemented in the following format:
You need to set the number of columns in the first row, and the Tab key can complete to the next grid (next row)
|- can be completed to get |———-
The total column can be automatically summed in the form of = /$4+/$5 and executed as C-c C-c
Text format output
The text format output needs to be run in different modes, generally obtained by the form of <+char+Tab completion, such as <s+Tab
Different characters in different text forms are defined as follows:
Here are examples:
- Emacs/Best practices for using Emacs org-mode as a day-planner/scheduler/calendar
- Emacs/Using Emacs Org-Babel Mode to Write Literate Programming Documents