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mirror/auto populate a section of text in another location in the same buffer/other file

Im looking for a way to to mirror/auto populate a section of text in another location in the same buffer and/or other file. for example, i manage my config files in org mode for multiple machines. i ...
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org - keyboard shortcut to promote text to heading

How to promote a text line to a heading in org-mode? ie: I start writing text and only later wants to structure it: here's a start typing some text. and continue on a 2nd line and even a 3rd line. ...
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Binding a series of commands to a key

After a few trials and errors, I finally managed to find a series of customization for my Emacs to be the almost perfect distraction free environment. However, I don't want these settings to load ...
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how to do action on *next* word?

Is there a function (or some kind of prefix command) that will allow me to do an action to the next word I type, not the word under point or the region? Currently: upcase-word puts the word under ...
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Editing multiple source blocks in one buffer

I've got multiple source blocks which are all tangled to the same file. When I invoke C-c ' inside one block, only this specific block is shown in a new buffer. Is there a possibility to show all ...
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How to wrap yanked text

In org-mode if I am typing the lines will wrap to the next line at around 70 characters. However if I yank text from the OS clipboard into the org-mode buffer, then the text will not wrap but be on ...
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How to know the first and second level heading above the cursor?

I'm editing a 4.7M pure-text document, the task is simple, every book have chapters, and every chapter have each of its lines enumerated at the begin of the line, what I'm doing it putting the name of ...
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How to insert a specific number of newlines in org-mode

Inside org-mode, RETURN is bound to (org-return &optional INDENT). This command apparently ignores C-u numeric prefixes and so if you want to enter 10 newlines, you can't just type C-u 1 0 RET and ...