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How to TAB around in Vim’s insert mode

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If you are in Vim’s insertion mode, which you would recognize by the word “INSERT” down in the left corner of your screen. tabexplained

And you want to either TAB forward and/or backward but you don’t want to switch to normal/command mode? Well rest assured you can TAB around in insert mode 👍

CTRL + T

Moves you one TAB space forward.

CTRL + B

Moves you one TAB space backward.

 

Remember, you can always do the cliccie for a larger piccie 😋

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