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Since only part of a large buffer fits in the window, Emacs tries to show a part that is likely to be interesting. Display-control commands allow you to specify which part of the text you want to see, and how to display it.
J.1 Using Multiple Typefaces How to change the display style using faces. J.2 Font Lock mode Minor mode for syntactic highlighting using faces. J.3 Highlight Changes Mode Using colors to show where you changed the buffer. J.4 Interactive Highlighting by Matching Tell Emacs what text to highlight. J.5 Trailing Whitespace Showing possibly-spurious trailing whitespace. J.6 Scrolling Moving text up and down in a window. J.7 Horizontal Scrolling Moving text left and right in a window. J.8 Follow Mode Follow mode lets two windows scroll as one. J.9 Selective Display Hiding lines with lots of indentation. J.10 Optional Mode Line Features Optional mode line display features. J.11 How Text Is Displayed How text characters are normally displayed. J.12 Customization of Display Information on variables for customizing display. J.13 Displaying the Cursor Features for displaying the cursor.