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--- latexmk.1.orig	2010-07-06 10:27:08.602288512 -0600
+++ latexmk.1	2010-07-06 10:41:12.410475272 -0600
@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@
 .TP
 .B -diagnostics
 Print detailed diagnostics during a run.  This may help for debugging
-problems or to understand \fI.latexmk\fR's behavior in difficult
+problems or to understand \fIlatexmk\fR's behavior in difficult
 situations. 
 .TP
 .B -dvi
@@ -735,14 +735,14 @@
 
 \fBCommand names containing spaces\fR: Under MS-Windows it is common
 that the name of a command includes spaces, since software is often
-installed in a subdirectory of "C:\Program Files".  Such command names
+installed in a subdirectory of "C:\\Program Files".  Such command names
 should be enclosed in double quotes, as in
 .PP
      $lpr_pdf = '"c:/Program Files/Ghostgum/gsview/gsview32.exe" /p %S';
 .PP
 \fBUsing MS-Windows file associations\fR: A useful trick under modern
 versions of MS-Windows (e.g., WinXP) is to use just the command
-'start' by itself:
+\'start' by itself:
 .PP
      $dvi_previewer = 'start %S';
 .PP
@@ -1127,13 +1127,13 @@
 This variable specifies the extensions tried by latexmk when it finds
 that a LaTeX run resulted in an error that a file has not been found,
 and the file is given without an extension.  This typically happens when
-LaTeX commands of the form \input{file} or \includegraphics{figure},
+LaTeX commands of the form \\input{file} or \\includegraphics{figure},
 when the relevant source file does not exist.
 
 In this situation, latexmk searches for custom dependencies to make
 the missing file(s), but restricts it to the extensions specified by
 the variable %latex_input_extensions.  The default extensions are
-'tex' and 'eps'.
+\'tex' and 'eps'.
 
 (For Perl experts: %latex_input_extensions is a hash whose keys are
 the extensions.  The values are irrelevant.)  Two subroutines are
@@ -1240,13 +1240,13 @@
 This variable specifies the extensions tried by latexmk when it finds
 that a pdfLaTeX run resulted in an error that a file has not been found,
 and the file is given without an extension.  This typically happens when
-LaTeX commands of the form \input{file} or \includegraphics{figure},
+LaTeX commands of the form \\input{file} or \\includegraphics{figure},
 when the relevant source file does not exist.
 
 In this situation, latexmk searches for custom dependencies to make
 the missing file(s), but restricts it to the extensions specified by
 the variable %pdflatex_input_extensions.  The default extensions are
-'tex', 'pdf', 'jpg, and 'png'.
+\'tex', 'pdf', 'jpg, and 'png'.
 
 (For Perl experts: %pdflatex_input_extensions is a hash whose keys are
 the extensions.  The values are irrelevant.)  Two subroutines are