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Scrolling Text

Scrolling moves the cursor backward or forward through the text, so that various lines or sections of the text can be viewed. To execute scroll commands you must be in command mode. Experiment with the following commands using the file "demofile" in your home directory.

CTRL-Y
Scroll backwards one line
nCTRL-Y
Scroll backwards n number of line
CTRL-E
Scroll backwards one line
nCTRL-E
Scroll forward one line
CTRL-U
Scroll backwards one half screen
CTRL-D
Scroll forwards one half screen line
CTRL-B
Scroll backwards to the previous screen
CTRL-F
Scroll forwards to the next screen

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