I use Visual Studio 2008 code snippet a lot when I write code for my presentation. It saves a lot of time and it is very elegant. But I used to struggle a lot while changing my demo machine. Because I had to repeat the same process again and again from Tools > Snippet Manager, I find it very inconvenient if you have many snippets.
There is an elegant way to do that, under
C:\Documents and Settings\<<logged in user>>\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Code Snippets\Visual C#\My Code Snippets
Copy the files from your source machine and paste them to the destination machine’s same folder. You will get all the snippets. You do not have to use Snippet Manager anymore to upload snippet.
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I'd forgotten all about snippets - thanks for the reminder, though I use so many fifferent tools nowadays I'll probably just forget again