: Learning GNU Emacs, 3rd Edition

1.7.3 Inserting and Appending Files

1.7.3 Inserting and Appending Files

If you want to insert one file into another, you simply move to the appropriate location in the file and type C-x i. (Yes, we know, we haven't told you how to move around in a file yet. Use the arrow keys for now and we'll teach you the "real" Emacs cursor movement commands in Chapter 2.) To append a file, move to the end of the file (M->) and type C-x i. As with C-x C-f, Emacs prompts you for the filename in the minibuffer.


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