How do I use the help files?

Help can be found for all functions of Vim. In order to use it, use the “:help” command. This will bring you to the main help page. On that first page, you will find explanations on how to move around. Basically, you move around in the help pages the same way you would in a read-only document. You can jump to specific subjects by using tags. This can be done in two ways:

* Use the “<Ctrl-]>” command while standing on the name of a command or option. This only works when the tag is a keyword. “<Ctrl-LeftMouse>” and “g<LeftMouse>” work just like “<Ctrl-]>”.

* use the “:tag <subject>” command. This works with all characters. Use “<Ctrl-T>” to jump back to previous positions in the help files. Use “:q” to close the help window. If you want to jump to a specific subject on the help pages, use “:help {subject}”. If you don’t know what to look for, try “:help index” to get a list of all available subjects. Use the standard search keys to locate the information you want. You can abbreviate the “:help” command as “:h”.

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