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Re: [Orgmode] How can I add a DONE tag to an org file?

From: Water Lin
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] How can I add a DONE tag to an org file?
Date: Wed, 04 Aug 2010 09:23:36 +0800
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Jan Böcker <address@hidden> writes:

> On 08/02/2010 11:47 AM, Water Lin wrote:
>> Here is my two questions:
>> 1. I want to mark an org file as DONE, so I will let me know that the
>> file is finished and doesn't need any change.
>>    How can I add this similar tag to the file, or something else.
> You can use file tags:
> Every headline in the file inherits the file tags. Note that this is
> completely independent of TODO states.
>> 2. If I want to add some notes about the usage of this org file. How can
>> do it? I just want to remind me to limit the content to the topic.
> Well, Org files are plain text, so just write it anywhere convenient. If
> you do not want to see it normally, you might want to put it into a
> drawer somewhere (also, IIRC drawers are not exported by default), e.g.
> * some node
>   In this file, I want to keep track of sightings of purple elephants.
>   Green elephants should be recorded somewhere else.
>   :END:
> Maybe a better question to ask would be where people who do something
> similar write their notes, and if there are any specific reasons to
> prefer one place to another?
> HTH, Jan

Thanks. It helps a lot.

Water Lin

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