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In GUI style editors, you can generally select multiple lines, press tab a few times to move all the lines across (or shift-tab to go back). I have no idea how to do this in VIM.

I googled around and couldn't find any straight answer to I came here.

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Use >> to indent, << to unindent. So you could go to the first line and press 5>> to indent the following five lines. Or use V and select lines in visual mode, then > to indent them.

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Here is some useful information about using vim, too.

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