Moving multiple nodes
As we saw earlier, moving a node that is the root of a subtree automatically moves its child nodes too.
TreePad provides two ways of shifting multiple nodes up or down the tree hierarchy. "Main menu: Tree⁄Move⁄Next siblings right" turns all siblings below the selected node into children of it, i.e. demotes them one level in the hierarchy, while "Main menu: Tree⁄Move⁄All children left" has the opposite action, turning all a node's child nodes into siblings. These powerful commands will serve you well when reconstructing your tree and are described with examples in Moving a group of nodes.
Keep in mind that all commands for moving multiple nodes require them to be contiguous, i.e., adjacent to each other on the same subtree.