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Moved from VC6 to VS.Net .. missing F4 thru search results, and Shift+Ctrl+G to open include

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Are these two features available in VS.Net 2003 at all (maybe different
keys)...

F4 to go thru find-in-files search results (just like you F4 to go thru
build errors). In VC6, if output window was set to look at find results, F4
would go thru those, and only go thru build errors if build output was
shown. In VS.Net, F4 seems to ALWAYS apply to build errors, and there does
not seem to be any easy way to go thru found results other than
double-clicking line by line in the find results window

Used to use Shift+Ctrl+G on a #include line to open the corresponding .h
file .. this no longer works in VS.Net

Any ideas?

Thanks

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All the best
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I've solved my problems by finding the appropriate commands and assigning
keystrokes to them. Unfortunately, the commands for going new/pre in the
build output is different to new/prev in find results .. so I allocated the
+ and - numeric keyboard keys to the latter .. guess I will get used to that
soon enough :)

"Roger" <ro**********@hhoottmmaaiill.ccoomm> wrote in message
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Are these two features available in VS.Net 2003 at all (maybe different
keys)...

F4 to go thru find-in-files search results (just like you F4 to go thru
build errors). In VC6, if output window was set to look at find results, F4 would go thru those, and only go thru build errors if build output was
shown. In VS.Net, F4 seems to ALWAYS apply to build errors, and there does not seem to be any easy way to go thru found results other than
double-clicking line by line in the find results window

Used to use Shift+Ctrl+G on a #include line to open the corresponding .h
file .. this no longer works in VS.Net

Any ideas?

Thanks

--
All the best

Jul 21 '05 #2

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