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  • Blog Post: Multiple Views of the Same Document Window

    Menu: Window -> New Window Command: Window.NewWindow Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 5/20/2010 Code: vstipEnv0016 SPECIAL NOTE FOR VB USERS: This feature is turned off by default in VB. There is a lot of history and reasoning behind this but the long and short of it is that this was fixed for 2010...
  • Blog Post: The Best of Visual Studio 2010: Free your Document Windows

    Menu: Window -> Float; Window -> Dock as Tabbed Document Command: Window.Float; Window.DockasTabbedDocument Versions: 2010 Published: 1/15/2010 Code: vstipTool0004 This is one we have all been wanting for a long time: detachable Document windows! Yes you can now detach Document windows and put...
  • Blog Post: Navigate Open Document Windows

    Keyboard: CTRL + F6 (forward); CTRL + SHIFT + F6 (backward) Command: Window.NextDocumentWindow; Window.PreviousDocumentWindow Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 4/18/2010 Code: vstipTool0013 Okay, so you have a lot of files open in the File Channel: And you don't want to use your mouse. What do you do? Simple...
  • Blog Post: The Best of Visual Studio 2010: Insert Documents to the Right of Existing Tabs

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Documents Versions: 2010 Published: 2/10/2010 Code: vstipEnv0001 Now, by popular demand, Visual Studio 2010 comes with the option to put newly opened documents in the File Channel to the RIGHT of existing tabs. This has been a long requested feature and...
  • Blog Post: Design and XAML on Different Document Tabs

    Versions: 2010 Published: 2/11/2010 Code: vstipTool0009 Now that you can free your document windows and put them on multiple monitors many people are asking how to do this with code-behind files. Assume we have a XAML document open like this: But we want the Design in one window and the XAML in another...
  • Blog Post: Insert Documents to the Right of Existing Tabs

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Documents Versions: 2010 Published: 2/10/2010 Code: vstipEnv0001 Now, by popular demand, Visual Studio 2010 comes with the option to put newly opened documents in the File Channel to the RIGHT of existing tabs. This has been a long requested feature and...
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