The File menu bar contains the following items. To choose a particular option, press the left mouse button and drag it to the item you wish to select. Then release the button.
This option will prompt you for a file name. You will get a message in the echo area:
After Find File, there might be a directory path also. After you type the file name and press RET the file will be loaded into a new buffer.
It prompts you for a file name and loads that file in a new buffer in a new frame. You can open many frames for the same Emacs session. You can delete the frame by selecting Delete Frame.
Prompts you for a filename and inserts the contents of this filename in your current buffer. Position your cursor at the place you wish to insert the file and select this option. You will get the following message in the echo area:
Insert the file name and press RET.
It saves the changes you have made to the buffer. If you have made changes which are not saved yet, the option will appear dark, otherwise it will be light and unselectable. If you do not wish to save the changes, select Revert Buffer.
Prompts you for a filename and saves the current buffer in that file. It loads the new file if the filename you specify is different from the one you were working with.
Prints a hardcopy of the current or selected buffer.
Opens a new frame with *scratch* as the default buffer. It doesn’t prompt you for a filename. To open a file you need to go to that frame and select Open...
Splits the current window into two equal-sized windows with the same buffer. To get back a single frame, select Un-Split (Keep This). See SXEmacs Window, for more information about windows.
If the frame contains multiple windows, it will remove all windows except the selected one.
If the frame contains multiple windows, it will remove the selected window and keep the other one.
If you do not wish to save the changes you made to the file since you opened it, select this option. It will restore the last saved version of the file to the current buffer.
It will kill the current buffer. If will prompt you if there are unsaved changes.
It will kill the Emacs process as opposed to simply killing the buffer. Before it kills the process, it will prompt you as to which unsaved buffers you wish to save by going through the list of the buffers.
|• Edit menu:||Items on the Edit Menu|
|• Options Menu:||Items on the Options Menu|
|• Buffers Menu:||Items on the Buffers Menu|
|• Help menu:||The Help Menu at the extreme right on the frame|