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Last Position

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All,
I'm using VB Express 2005 and for the life of me I cannot locate the
"Last Position" right mouse button choice or menu item for when you are
navigating through a large module or class.
If I want to view a sub or function definition call then come back to where
I called the definition from I can get there "easily". Am I missing
something, that was such a valuable tool for me in VB6.
I appreciate the feedback.
Thanks
Paul

Apr 1 '06 #1
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Paul Ilacqua wrote:
All,
I'm using VB Express 2005 and for the life of me I cannot locate the
"Last Position" right mouse button choice or menu item for when you are
navigating through a large module or class.
If I want to view a sub or function definition call then come back to where
I called the definition from I can get there "easily". Am I missing
something, that was such a valuable tool for me in VB6.

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I don't have VB Express installed at home, yet, so I may be wrong. I
recall that now you have nifty bookmarking shortcuts (in the lines of
Ctrl+Shift+1 to set, Ctrl+1 to go back there, etc). The bad news is
that this can't be used to navigate between files.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Branco.

Apr 1 '06 #2

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Paul Ilacqua wrote:
All,
I'm using VB Express 2005 and for the life of me I cannot locate the
"Last Position" right mouse button choice or menu item for when you are
navigating through a large module or class.
If I want to view a sub or function definition call then come back to where
I called the definition from I can get there "easily". Am I missing
something, that was such a valuable tool for me in VB6.
I appreciate the feedback.
Thanks
Paul

Press "Ctrl -" (Control key + Minus key on the main keyboard, not on
the numeric keypad)
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Apr 1 '06 #3

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