Rearranging the tree
There are several groups of commands you should know in order to rearrange your tree. In Adding child and sibling nodes we discussed two of the simplest; deleting unwanted nodes and inserting new ones.
Node movement commands are basically of two types: those which only move single nodes and those which move multiple nodes. Of course if a node has child nodes attached (i.e., is a subtree), moving the parent node will automatically transfer its child nodes too. For this reason you may see a node referred to as a node⁄subtree, meaning "a node without child nodes or a node with child nodes".
Moving single nodes
         Using the keyboard
         Using the mouse
         Cutting, copying and pasting nodes
         Sorting nodes
Moving multiple nodes
The Mass node-mover screen
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