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 After you type any of the above commands, you will be prompted for a
 variable name in the @dfn{echo area}. Type in the name of the variable,
-for example, type  @var{case-fold-search} @key{RET}
+for example, type  @code{case-fold-search} @key{RET}
 Your window will split into two and you will see the following message
 in that window:
 
 @end example
 
 @noindent
-The value of the variable @var{c-tab-always-indent} is usually @samp{t}
+The value of the variable @code{c-tab-always-indent} is usually @samp{t}
 for @samp{true}. When this variable is true, then hitting the @key{TAB}
 key always indents the current line. 
 
 
 This mode will automatically break lines when you type a space so that
 the lines don't become too long. The length of the lines is controlled
-by the variable @var{fill-column}. You can set this variable to a value
+by the variable @code{fill-column}. You can set this variable to a value
 you wish. Look at the documentation for this variable to see its default
 value. To change the value to 75 for example, use:
 
 
 @item 
 To control the number of buffers listed when you select the @b{Buffers}
-menu, you need to set the variable @var{buffers-menu-max-size} to
+menu, you need to set the variable @code{buffers-menu-max-size} to
 whatever value you wish. For example, if you want 20 buffers to be listed
 when you select @b{Buffers} use: