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      shrink-window
      shrink-window-horizontally
      shrink-window-interactively
      sort-buffer
      sort-region
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   Variable Reference
      abort-file-io
      abort-file-matching
      abort-key
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      yank-rectangle-to-corner
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shrink-window-interactively

Use arrow keys to resize a window.  Ctrl-X -

This command lets you interactively change the size of the current window. After you invoke the command, use the arrow keys to point to a window border. The indicated border moves in a direction so as to make the current window smaller. Keep pressing arrow keys to move window borders. To switch from shrinking to enlarging, press the minus key. Thereafter, the arrow keys cause the window border to move in a direction so as to enlarge the window. When the window looks right, press <Enter> to leave the command.

More info:

Resizing Windows



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