Edit – Multi line edit (shift+alt+down arrow)Intellisense Pascal Casing + substring search match (i.e. *Name)Navigate To – in search box ‘> file.open <filename>Auto symbol highlight – after selected, ctrl+shift+ up or down arrow like ctrl+f3Multi Monitor SupportClipboard ring – Ctrl+Shift+V , cycles the ringSuggestion Mode -Ctrl+Alt+space, you type the method for TDDRename / smart tag – type new name Point2, then Ctrl+dotSearch – Incremental Search (ctrl+I, or ctrl+shift+I – current document only), Find in Files (ctrl+shift+f)– scope outside current project, define folder (set), define file extensionsRegion – dbl click anywhere in region to collapse or to expandNavigateTo – Ctrl+ comma, search in solution by substring or PascalCasing, ex HM for HandleMouseMulti-mon – demo by dragging out a window, also windows 7 keyboard shortcuts are supported (win key + left, etc…)Zoom Control – bottom left of IDE or control+mouse wheel
Debugging –Tracepoints – output without changing code (add a type of breakpoint, right click)DataTips – now pinable (can comment and export), connected to IntellitraceLabel/Export Breakpoints – same as datatipsIntellitrace (historical debugging) – tools>options>intellitrace for x86 only!!WPF Tree Visualizer (XAML) – create WPF app, run with breakpoint and select visualizer
Customize – Find/Install or Write your own ExtensionsTools>Extension Manager – now deploy via xcopy, zip file renamed to show / grab – XAML extension manager, Visual Studio Tip of The Day as Start Page
What's New In Visual Studio 2010
What’s New in Visual Studio 2010<br />Improve Your Productivity<br />Lynn Langithttp://blogs.msdn.com/SoCalDevGal<br />
Extensions Improvements<br />Ease of Finding and Installing<br />Favorite Extensions<br />How to start your own<br />
More Information<br />Zain’s blog – here<br />Sara’s blog – here<br />Keyboard shortcuts – here<br />MSDN article – ‘Code Better with VS 2010’ – here <br />VS Extension gallery – here <br />How to write extensions - here<br />
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