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Fixed some small typos.

Matt Lundin 10 years ago
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@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ can be overwhelming.
 What exactly are properties? How should I use them? Do I need to know
 how they work in order to use org mode?
 
-What is a category? How are they different from tags?
+What are categories? How do they differ from tags?
 
 #+end_quote
 
@@ -99,15 +99,17 @@ The agenda is a powerful tool and there are many more possibilities of
   :END:
 ** Definition
 
-These are the files that are used to generate your [[#agenda][agenda]] views. 
+These are the files that are used to generate your [[#agenda][agenda]] views. When
+you call your agenda, the TODOs and scheduling information in your
+agenda files will be displayed.
 
 ** Details
 There are different ways to designate these files:
 
-  1. Add a file manually with =C-c [= or =M-x
-     org-agenda-file-to-front=. 
+  1. Add a file manually with =C-c [= (=M-x
+     org-agenda-file-to-front=).
      
-     - Remove with =C-c ]= or =M-x org-remove-file=.
+     - Remove with =C-c ]= (=M-x org-remove-file=).
 
   2. Type =M-x customize-variable [RET] org-agenda-files= and enter
      the names of your agenda files.
@@ -132,11 +134,11 @@ Here's one recommendation:
 
 If you are using org-mode for the first time, the simplest approach
 may be to use a single file and to enter projects or todos as the
-appear. Then, whenever you review your file, reorganize your
-todos and projects into "groupings" (i.e., trees) that make sense to
-you. If a tree starts to get to big, then start a new file. Perhaps
-you'll discover that you want to keep your "work" and "personal" tasks
-in different files.
+appear. Then, whenever you review your file, reorganize your todos and
+projects into "groupings" (i.e., trees) that make sense to you. If a
+tree starts to get too big, then start a new file. Perhaps you'll
+discover that you want to keep your "work" and "personal" tasks in
+different files.
 
 Perhaps the main consideration in organizing your files is to consider
 [[#inheritance][inheritance]] and [[#file-restriction][restriction]]. If you'd like a number of items to belong