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SYNOPSIS

       info [OPTION]... [MENU-ITEM...]


DESCRIPTION

       Read documentation in Info format.


OPTIONS

       --apropos=STRING
              look up STRING in all indices of all manuals.

       -d, --directory=DIR
              add DIR to INFOPATH.

       --dribble=FILENAME
              remember user keystrokes in FILENAME.

       -f, --file=FILENAME
              specify Info file to visit.

       -h, --help
              display this help and exit.

       --index-search=STRING
              go to node pointed by index entry STRING.

       -n, --node=NODENAME
              specify nodes in first visited Info file.

       -o, --output=FILENAME
              output selected nodes to FILENAME.

       -R, --raw-escapes
              don't remove ANSI escapes from man pages.

       --restore=FILENAME
              read initial keystrokes from FILENAME.

       -O, --show-options, --usage
              go to command-line options node.

       --subnodes
              recursively output menu items.

       --vi-keys
              use vi-like and less-like key bindings.

       --version
              display version information and exit.

       The  first  non-option  argument,  if present, is the menu
       entry to start from; it is searched for in all `dir' files
       along  INFOPATH.   If  it  is not present, info merges all
              start at node with emacs' command line options

       info -f ./foo.info
              show file ./foo.info, not searching dir


REPORTING BUGS

       Email bug reports to  bug-texinfo@gnu.org,  general  ques­
       tions  and  discussion  to  help-texinfo@gnu.org.  Texinfo
       home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.  There  is
       NO warranty.  You may redistribute this software under the
       terms of the GNU General Public License.  For more  infor­
       mation about these matters, see the files named COPYING.

info 4.4                  February 2003                   INFO(1)
  




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