Sorting nodes
 
All you need do to sort the top level of a subtree is to select the root node of the subtree you want to sort, then press Shift+Ctrl+S to sort it! 
 
Before sorting, in the example below, both B and B1's subtrees are not in ascending order (A-Z from top to bottom). After sorting, B's subtree is sorted but B1's subtree is not, since only the top level was sorted.
 
 
 
Before After
 
To sort B's subtree at all levels, you need to use one of the menu commands such as Tree context menu ⁄ Sort ⁄ Subtree (all levels).
 
B's subtree sorted (all levels)
 
The remaining commands are described in detail in Sorting nodes.
 
We will now look at ways of moving multiple nodes in one step.
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