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Please add all the errors you find from the beginners manual (<tt>[[http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/mp-cb-en.pdf mp-cb-en.pdf ]]</tt> and <tt>[[http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/ms-cb-en.pdf ms-cb-en.pdf ]]</tt>)
 
 
 
Page numbers refer to the version for printing, version of 1999-05-27.
 
 
 
A revised version and versions in new languages are planned: see [[Revision and translations of “ConTeXt, an excursion”]].
 
 
 
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<td>where</td>
 
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              <td>0</td>
 
              <td>the correct e-mail address for pragma is [mailto:pragma@wxs.nl  pragma@wxs.nl].</td>
 
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<td>7</td>
 
<td>run <code>texexec</code>, not <code>context</code>. (Syntax is the same)</td>
 
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                <td>8</td>
 
                <td><code>\type{\}</code> or <code>\textbackslash</code> is missing from the tables 3.1/3.2</td>
 
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<td>24</td>
 
<td><code>\placefigure</code> is missing { } around <code>\startcombination</code> ... <code>\stopcombination</code></td>
 
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<td>24</td>
 
<td><code>\stopcombinatie</code> &rarr; <code>\stopcombination</code></td>
 
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                <td>56-58</td>
 
                <td>The second, braced argument for <code>\in</code> and <code>\at</code>                    can be used to create constructions like <code>\in{figure}{a}[fig:boats]</code> which would give you "In figure 25.1a"</td>
 
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