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How can I create a keybinding for specific org-export commands?

E.g. I'd like to bind to F9 exporting to an html file. Currently I need to hit C-c C-e h h.

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You can figure out what commands are bound to the keys in the org-export-dispatch menu (C-c C-e in org-mode) by looking at the :menu-entry section of that backend's (org-export-define-backend ..) form.

As for ox-html.el, from the source (org-mode git master branch), we get this:

;; -- snip --
:menu-entry
'(?h "Export to HTML"
     ((?H "As HTML buffer" org-html-export-as-html)
      (?h "As HTML file" org-html-export-to-html)
      (?o "As HTML file and open"
          (lambda (a s v b)
            (if a (org-html-export-to-html t s v b)
              (org-open-file (org-html-export-to-html nil s v b)))))))
;; -- snip --

So you can bind F9 to org-html-export-to-html. That is what is called when you do C-c C-e h h.

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    Or, to solve all such problems in the future, use a tool like Helm so you can do incremental completion on all commands with helm-M-x; search for "org export html" is sufficient for narrowing down choices to the obvious one. – Tianxiang Xiong May 10 '16 at 21:05
  • @TianxiangXiong Correct. The same applies to any list completion package like ido or ivy too. – Kaushal Modi May 10 '16 at 21:06

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