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How to: Use the Breakpoints Window 

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For advanced users, the Breakpoints window provides a powerful means of manipulating breakpoints.

The following topics contain procedures you can perform from the Breakpoints window:

Go To Code from the Breakpoints Window

You can use this navigation trick to go from a breakpoint in the Breakpoints window to the corresponding location in source code or the Disassembly window.

NoteNote

The dialog boxes and menu commands you see might differ from those described in Help depending on your active settings or edition. To change your settings, choose Import and Export Settings on the Tools menu. For more information, see Visual Studio Settings.

To go to the location of a breakpoint

  • In the Breakpoints window, right-click on a breakpoint and choose Go To Source Code or Go To Disassembly

    —or—

    Click on a breakpoint and click on the Go To Source Code or Go To Disassembly tool.

Adjusting the Breakpoints Window

You can adjust the Breakpoints window to display the information you want to see, the way you want to see it.

To display additional columns

  • In the toolbar at the top of the Breakpoints window, click the Columns tool and select the name of the column you want to display.

To widen or narrow a column

  • Click the column divider and drag the divider left or right.

To hide a column

  • In the toolbar at the top of the Breakpoints window, click the Columns tool and deselect the name of the column you want to hide.

To rearrange the order of the columns

  • Drag and drop the column header.

To display the Breakpoints window

  • From the Debug menu, choose Windows and click Breakpoints.

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