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If you are not the regular Emacs administrator on your system, your
account may not be allowed to execute the `make public' command,
since the system-wide `default' file may be write-protected.
If this is the case, you will have to ask your Emacs installer to
execute this command. (Just
cd to the Calc home directory
and type `make public'.)
The `make private' command adds exactly the same set of commands
to your `.emacs' file as `make public' adds to `default'.
If your Emacs installer is concerned about typing this command out of
the blue, you can ask her/him instead to copy the necessary text from
your `.emacs' file. (It will be marked by a comment that says
"Commands added by
calc-private-autoloads on (date and time).")
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