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Visual Studio 2010 - Bookmarks to mark locations in code

Feb 4 2012 12:00AM by Ramireddy   

Visual studio 2010 provides an important feature, "Bookmarks", which can be used to mark the certain locations in code and use them for later reference.

You can create a bookmark by pressing Ctrl+k,Ctrl+k on a line. On creating a bookmark, this will creates a rectangular region on left side of that line. Again pressing Ctrl+k,Ctrl+k will disable the bookmark.

Later, you can also look at the bookmarks window for all marked bookmarks. You can find this option in View -> Other Windows -> Bookmarks Window Or by pressing keyboard shortcut, Ctrl + W, K

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Category : Debugging Enhancements
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Ramireddy
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  • Bookmarks are not new. In fact, some of the readers may be surprised to learn that they were available in Visual C++ 6.0 also. Just try using Alt+F2 in the VC++ 6.0 IDE and see what happens.

    They have been around, but did not have a universal set of keyboard shortcuts associated with them. The Ctrl+K combinations have only recently come about making this a much more user friendly feature.

    And, SQL users - this is available in SSMS also (after all, SSMS is a Visual Studio shell).

    commented on Mar 12 2012 11:50AM
    Nakul Vachhrajani
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