Working with Tables in VimWiki
VimWiki provides a bunch of commands for quickly and easily working with tables.
Navigating a Table
insert mode, you can navigate a table with
||Go to the table cell beneath the current one, create a new row if on the last one.|
||Go to the next table cell, create a new row if on the last cell.|
If you’re on the last row of a table, and you hit
<CR> to go to the next
cell, a new row will automatically be created for you.
The outside and inside selection commands (
i) all work as expected. So
if you wanted to change the contents of a table cell, you could do so with
c is for change,
i is for inside, and
\ is for the current table
||Cell of a table|
||Column of a table|
ci\ will change the contents of a cell,
cic will change the contents
of a column.
Similarly, you can move columns around using your arrow keys and the
<A> (option) key:
||Move the current column to the left.|
||Move the current column to the right.|