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It says C-h t in a vague forum manual but I don't have that, how do I access this feature.

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    C-h t means to depress the control key and hold it down, and while holding it down press the letter h one time; then, release both of those keys and press the letter t one time.
    – lawlist
    Jul 31 at 20:48
  • C-h is bind to different backspace control so I want a command to execute after M-x tutorial or something fundamental.
    – eguneys
    Jul 31 at 21:17
  • The command is help-with-tutorial. P.S. I think you'd be much happier in the long run if you don't do things like "bind C-h to different backspace control". Why exactly do you want to do that?
    – NickD
    Aug 1 at 0:15
  • I also wanted to use C-i C-j for up and down navigation but C-i is something important it seems, so I use C-l C-j
    – eguneys
    Aug 1 at 0:41
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    To ascertain the default keybinding for a particular function, start Emacs without any user configuration; aka emacs -Q and then type C-h k and then the keyboard shortcut at issue -- this will open up a *Help* buffer that describes the function to which the keyboard shortcut is bound.
    – lawlist
    Aug 1 at 2:41
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It's M-x help-with-tutorial (M is the Alt key).

But I suggest using M-x help-with-tutorial-spec-language,

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