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The Org Mode 7 Reference Manual (for Org version 7.3)

by Carsten Dominik and others

Paperback (6"x9"), 282 pages - New release! (now shipping - December 2010)
Retail Price: $14.95 (£9.95 in UK)
ISBN-13: 978-1-906966-08-9

About the Book

This manual is a printed edition of the official Org reference documentation from the Org 7.3 distribution.

Org mode is a powerful system for organizing projects, tasks and notes in the Emacs editor. Major features include fast outline and table editing, TODO lists, agendas, scheduling and deadlines, cross-references and hyperlinks to arbitrary resources, as well as customisable document publishing in PDF and HTML from simple plain text markup.

Org mode stores all data in human-readable plain text files, ensuring complete portability, simple integration with other text processing tools and support for revision-tracking and synchronization using any version control system.

Org mode is free software under the GNU General Public License and can be used in Emacs on all major operating systems.

You can examine the contents of the printed book here,

For each copy of this manual sold, Network Theory Ltd will donate $1 to the Org project.

As of April 2013 the total amount donated is $688.

This book is published under the GNU Free Documentation License.

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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Document structure
  3. Tables
  4. Hyperlinks
  5. TODO items
  6. Tags
  7. Properties and columns
  8. Dates and times
  9. Capture - Refile - Archive
  10. Agenda views
  11. Markup for rich export
  12. Exporting
  13. Publishing
  14. Working with source code
  15. The spreadsheet
  16. Miscellaneous
  17. Index

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