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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013: Cut or Delete the Current Line

    You can quickly and easily cut or delete the current line. Just do one of the suggestions below.     Begin any operation by placing your cursor anywhere on the line:   Cut The Current Line Use CTRL + L to cut only the text on the line without the carriage return at the end. Or use SHIFT...
  • Blog Post: Delete All Breakpoints

    Keyboard: CTRL + SHIFT + F9 Menu: Debug -> Delete All Breakpoints Command: Debug.DeleteAllBreakpoints Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 5/7/2010 Code: vstipDebug0025 You can exercise the nuclear option on your Breakpoints and delete them all. You have a couple of options: WARNING: You had better have...
  • Blog Post: Delete to the Beginning or End of a Word

    Keyboard: CTRL + DEL (forward); CTRL + BACKSPACE (backward) Command: Edit.WordDeleteToEnd; Edit.WordDeleteToStart Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 4/6/2010 Code: vstipEdit0040 Download the seriously cool Tip of the Day Extension to get the daily tips delivered to your Start Page! This one is interesting...
  • Blog Post: Cut or Delete the Current Line

    Keyboard: CTRL + L (cut text); SHIFT + DEL(cut text and carriage return); CTRL + X(cut text and carriage return); CTRL + SHIFT + L (delete) Command: Edit.LineCut; Edit.Cut; Edit.Cut; Edit.LineDelete Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 4/4/2010 Code: vstipEdit0038 You can quickly and easily do a cut operation...
  • Blog Post: Delete Horizontal White Space

    Keyboard: CTRL + K, CTRL + \ Menu: Edit -> Advanced -> Delete Horizontal White Space Command: Edit.DeleteHorizontalWhiteSpace Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 4/3/2010 Code: vstipEdit0037 Want to get rid of some extra spaces? You can! First find a line that has some extra white space you want to...
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