After yesterday’s tip on how Navigate Forward, Navigate Backward, and go-back markers work, did you know you can select text up to the last go-back marker? It is bound to Ctrl+= and the command name is Edit.SelectToLastGoBack (say that 5 times fast!)
The above photo is taken from one of the VB 2008 samples, where I started the cursor at the beginning of a "with" block, and then clicked the mouse about 17 lines down to drop a go-back marker. Then I pressed Ctrl+= to select all the text back to the last go-back marker.
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