Thursday, June 17, 2010

Keyboard Shortcuts in the .Net Developer Environment

Today's post is easy, but probably very helpful.
I want to show you some keyboard shortcuts, which can be used in the .Net developer environment and with whom using it may become a bit faster.
Take a look:
  • Ctrl + Tab: Switches between the active open document (e.g. Form.cs and Form.cs [Designer)
  • F4: Hides the currently shown dropbox list (for code completion)
  • Ctrl + Shift + V: Same function as Ctrl + V (insert), but marks the inserted element
  • Ctrl + G: Jump to a line of code
  • Ctrl + Shift + S: Saves the complete project
  • Ctrl + S: Saves the current element
  • F7: Switches to the code view
  • Shift + F7: Switches to the designer view
  • Arrowkeys during marking a control in the designer: Moves the selected control in 1-pixel-steps
  • Ctrl + Arrowkeys during marking a control in the designer: Moves the selected control to the border of the form
  • Ctrl + Arrowkeys during marking a control in the designer: Resizes the selected control in 1-pixel-steps
  • F5: Runs the current project
  • F11: Runs the current project step-by-step
  • Ctrl + F5: Stops the running
  • F9: Set or delete breakpoint
  • F3: Searches the next occurence of a word
  • Ctrl + H: Open dialog "Hide & Replace"
Of course this list is not complete, if someone knows other useful hotkeys, feel free to post them in the comments

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