(texinfo)Title of Top Node
`Top' Node Title
Sometimes, you will want to place an `@top' sectioning command line
containing the title of the document immediately after the `@node Top'
line (Note: The `@top' Sectioning Command., for
For example, the beginning of the Top node of this manual contains an
`@top' sectioning command, a short description, and edition and version
information. It looks like this:
@node Top, Copying, , (dir)
Texinfo is a documentation system...
This is edition...
* Copying:: Texinfo is freely
* Overview:: What is Texinfo?
In a `Top' node, the `Previous', and `Up' nodes usually refer to the
top level directory of the whole Info system, which is called `(dir)'.
The `Next' node refers to the first node that follows the main or master
menu, which is usually the copying permissions, introduction, or first
Next: Master Menu Parts Prev: The Top Node Up: The Top Node
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