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teXswitcher is a very little tool to help people reorganizing their LaTeX documents.
Instead of cutting/pasting/editing plain text, you just have to drag & drop graphical item in order to move your sections. You can increase or decrease a section very easily by clicking on 2 buttons (+ and -).
A classic teXswitcher session looks like that :
1- Open a LaTeX document with File/Open menu
2- Select item you want to modify
3- Click on Keyword++/Keyword-- buttons to increase/decrease the keyword of the item
4- If you press CTRL while using Keyword++/Keyword--, you increase/decrease the whole subtree
5- To move an item and its subtree, drag it with the mouse and drop it over its futur parent (you can't move an item without its subtree for the moment)
6- Save your LaTeX document with File/Save as menu

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