Display day-in-year (
Briefly describe calendar commands (
Regenerate the calendar window (
Scroll the next window (
Exit from calendar (
If you want to know how many days have elapsed since the start of
the year, or the number of days remaining in the year, type the p d
calendar-print-day-of-year). This displays both
of those numbers in the echo area.
To display a brief description of the calendar commands, type ?
describe-calendar-mode). For a fuller description, type C-h m.
You can use SPC (
scroll-other-window) to scroll the other
window. This is handy when you display a list of holidays or diary entries
in another window.
If the calendar window text gets corrupted, type C-c C-l
redraw-calendar) to redraw it. (This can only happen if you use
non-Calendar-mode editing commands.)
In Calendar mode, you can use SPC (
to scroll the other window. This is handy when you display a list of
holidays or diary entries in another window.
To exit from the calendar, type q (
buries all buffers related to the calendar, selecting other buffers.
(If a frame contains a dedicated calendar window, exiting from the
calendar iconifies that frame.)