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Visual Studio 2010 Keyboard Shortcut Posters Available

I’m a firm believer in the productivity gains you experience when using keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio. If you’re not using keyboard shortcuts while coding then your productivity is suffering. Some of my favorites (omitting the obvious ones like F5 to start debugging) as are:

Ctrl+K, C – Comment section of code

Ctrl+K, U – Uncomment section of code

Ctrl+K, D – Format the current document (indentation, etc.)

Shift+Alt+C – Add new class to a project

Shift+Alt+A – Add existing item to a project

Ctrl+Shift+A – Add new item to a project

The good news is all of these and a TON of others are all documented in the Visual Studio Keyboard Shortcut Posters (available as PDFs). The only problem is there are so many you need a printer capable of printing on larger paper because while you can read them all on 8 1/2 x 11 paper in landscape mode, for them to be a valuable quick reference on your cubicle wall you’re going to need to print them on large paper. If you don’t have a printer capable of producing large sized printouts head down to Office Depot, Staples, FedEx Office, or your favorite print shop and have them print one for you.

Oh and one last thing, I’d really like Microsoft to take those people’s picture off them. Really? Do we need to look at these people when trying to improve our productivity?

Have a day. :-|

posted on Monday, May 3, 2010 9:41 PM Print
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