August 4, 2003

Shortcuts to useful VS.NET’s commands

Visual Studio .NET has a number of useful features that are often underused by developers, because they are hidden under several menus and not easily accessible. Here is a list

Creating a project into an existing folder

When you create a new project, VS.NET automatically creates a folder with the project’s name under the selected directory. If you name your project MyTestProject, and select an existing folder

Visually browsing hierarchical files

VS.NET has a nice feature that allows you to visually navigate through the content of hierarchical files, and quickly jump to a particular section. Hierarchical files are all those files

Setting up multiple start-up projects

By default, a solution has a single start-up project, namely the project that is automatically launched when you click Debug | Start or press F5. However, you have the option