Keyboard: CTRL + P Menu: File -> PrintCommand: File.PrintVersions: 2008,2010Published: 3/9/2010Code: vstipEnv0006
Want to print your line numbers with your code? Don't worry! You can do it by just checking the "Include line numbers" option in the Print Dialog:
My preference: Info at top and as follows:
Versions Supported: 2005, 2008, 2010
Default C#2005 C++6
Keyboard Shortcut: CTRL+P Ctrl+P Ctrl+P
Menu Command: File -> Print.
Tip Code: vstipEnv0006
cool. thanks for the feedback Stefan :)
keep your comments coming folks this is your chance to decide how these things should look and I will be going back to retro fit all the tips with the new format so I want to make sure it adds value to everyone.
Question: We printed some stuff out today for a code review, but the only thing colorized were the line numbers (VS2010 RC). The code was nicely coloured on-screen, both F# and SQL source. Is this a known limitation or did we do something wrong when printing?
I like the verswion supported info (although going forward I want to adopt VS2010 as soon as I can get client s to accept it) and the bottom is fine :)
Drat I still can't tpye! :(
#1 - Yes
#2 - Top
Many thanks for very useful tips!
1. Yes, the summary information is very helpful.
2. At the top so I can ignore the post if it's not applicable to me.
I think it you've got it nailed as it. I wouldn't change anything...thanks for doing this Zain.
Yes, keep them. I do like Stefan's suggestion.
My preference is to keep it at the top as well.
I was going to suggest putting it at the bottom, but it looks like I'm outvoted :)
You all rock! The morning is just getting started and already I have tons of great feedback. Thanks for being an active part of the Tip goodness :)
Keep the comments coming!
Hi Thanks for your resource. My answer is
And thanks for the helpful blog.
Ditto. Yes, and at the top is great.