The man page currently being browsed by WoMan can be changed in several
ways. The command
woman can be invoked to format another man
page, or the current WoMan buffer can be buried or killed. WoMan
maintains a ring of formatted man pages, and it is possible to move
forwards and backwards in this ring by moving to the next or previous
man page. It is sometimes useful to reformat the current page, for
example after the right margin (the wrap column) or some other
formatting parameter has been changed.
Buffers formatted by Man and WoMan are completely unrelated, even though some of the commands to manipulate them are superficially the same (and share code).
manto get a Un*x manual page and put it in a buffer. This command is the top-level command in the man package. It runs a Un*x command to retrieve and clean a man page in the background and places the results in a Man mode (man page browsing) buffer. If a man buffer already exists for this man page, it will display immediately. This works exactly the same if WoMan is loaded, except that the formatting time is displayed in the mini-buffer.
womanexactly as if the extended command or menu item had been used.
Man-quit), i.e., move it to the bottom of the buffer stack.
Man-kill), i.e., delete it completely so that it can be retrieved only by formatting the page again.
woman-reformat-last-file), e.g., after changing the fill column.