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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 16, 1998

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Jump Back and Forth Among Procedures Quickly

My code often has a lot of nested procedure calls, which can be painful to trace while doing walk-throughs. Developers might be unaware of the "Procedure Definition" (Shift+F2) feature, which provides a way to go to the code of a called procedure. This is particularly convenient if you like to keep your hands on the keyboard as much as possible. Simply place the cursor on the procedure call, and press Shift+F2 to get to the procedure's code. When you're done, Ctrl+Shift+F2 takes you back.
Aseem Pitamber
 
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