Videos: Visual Studio 2010 Tips & Tricks

Check out te following videos, showing Visual Studio 2010 tips & tricks:Did you know you can set a Breakpoint in the Call Stack Window within Visual Studio? You can! This video shows you how.General: F9Visual C++ 2: F9; CTRL + SHIFT + F9Windows: ALT + D, GMenu: Debug | Toggle BreakpointCommand: Debug.ToggleBreakpointVersions: 2005, 2008, 2010Code: […]

Check out te following videos, showing Visual Studio 2010 tips & tricks:

Did you know you can set a Breakpoint in the Call Stack Window within Visual Studio? You can! This video shows you how.

General: F9
Visual C++ 2: F9; CTRL + SHIFT + F9
Windows: ALT + D, G
Menu: Debug | Toggle Breakpoint
Command: Debug.ToggleBreakpoint
Versions: 2005, 2008, 2010
Code: vstipDebug0008

Setting a Breakpoint in the Call Stack Window:

Some of the best features are ones you don't have to do any work to get. Reference Highlighting is one of those features. This video will show you how it works and how to take full advantage of this new addition to the Editor.

General:
CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW (next);
CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW (previous)

Command:
Edit.NextHighlightedReference;
Edit.PreviousHighlightedReference

Versions: 2010
Languages: C#, VB
Code: vstipEdit0010

How to use Reference Highlighting in Visual Studio 2010

Zero-Length Box Selection: Check out the Visual Studio 2010 multi-line cursor called "zero-length box selection". This feature allows you to work with multiple lines of code at the same time.

General:
SHIFT + ALT + [UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT] ARROW;
ALT + Left Mouse Button

Command:
Edit.Line[Up, Down]ExtendColumn;
Edit.Char[Left, Right]ExtendColumn
Versions: 2010
Code: vstipEdit0009