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Navigating Through Code

Visual Studio provides the following tools to help you move to precise locations in your code:

  • Find and Replace window

  • Bookmarks window

  • Error List window

  • Task List window

Finding and Replacing

Contains links to topics that describe how to locate and edit text, code, or symbols in one or more documents or across an entire solution.

Setting Bookmarks in Code

Contains links to topics that describe how to use the Bookmarks window to set, store, and manipulate bookmarks in your code.

Locating Tasks and Errors in Code

Contains links to topics that describe how to use the Error List and the Task List. The Error List displays code problems detected by the compiler. The Task List displays comments in your code on work to be done. Each entry links to a specific line in your code files.

Call Hierarchy

Describes how to use Call Hierarchy to navigate through your code by displaying all calls to and from a selected method, property, or constructor. You can examine several levels of code to view complex chains of method calls.

Document Outline Window

Describes how to use the Document Outline Window to view elements and logical structures of the current document.

Editing Code and Resource Files

Contains links to topics that describe the editor and other tools in Visual Studio that let you manipulate text, code, and markup, insert and configure controls and components, and add resources.

Customizing the Editor

Describes how to customize the editor by setting editor options.

Visual Studio Settings

Contains links to topics about how to configure, save, and share Options settings.

Customizing, Automating, and Extending the Development Environment

Contains links to topics about how to customize and automate the IDE.

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