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Text Navigation Shortcut Keys, Visual C++ 6.0 Default Shortcut Option

Use the following shortcut key combinations in text editors to move in an open document.

Note   To see a list of shortcut keys that have changed or are no longer supported in Visual C++ .NET, see Obsolete Visual C++ 6.0 Key Commands and Changes to Visual C++ 6.0 Key Commands.
Command name Shortcut keys Description
Edit.CharLeft LEFT ARROW Moves the cursor one character to the left.
Edit.CharRight RIGHT ARROW Moves the cursor one character to the right.
Edit.DocumentEnd CTRL + END Moves the insertion point to the last line of the document.
Edit.DocumentStart CTRL + HOME Moves the insertion point to the first line of the document.
Edit.GoTo CTRL + G Displays the Go To Line dialog box.
Edit.GotoBrace CTRL + ] Moves the insertion point to the next brace in the document.
Edit.LineDown DOWN ARROW Moves the cursor down one line.
Edit.LineEnd END Moves the cursor to the end of the current line.
Edit.LineStart HOME Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.
Edit.LineUp UP ARROW Moves the cursor up one line.
Edit.NextBookmark F2
CTRL + K, CTRL + N
Moves to the next bookmark in the document.
Edit.PageDown PAGE DOWN Scrolls down one screen in the editor window.
Edit.PageUp PAGE UP Scrolls up one screen in the editor window.
Edit.PreviousBookmark SHIFT + F2
CTRL + K, CTRL + P
Moves to the previous bookmark.
Edit.QuickInfo CTRL + K, CTRL + I Displays Quick Info, based on the current language.
Edit.ScrollLineDown CTRL + DOWN ARROW Scrolls text down one line. Available in text editors only.
Edit.ScrollLineUp CTRL + UP ARROW Scrolls text up one line. Available in text editors only.
Edit.ShowTileGrid Ctrl + Shift + G Exposes the tile grid. Available in text editors only.
Edit.WordNext CTRL + RIGHT ARROW Moves the insertion point to the right one word.
Edit.WordPrevious CTRL + LEFT ARROW Moves the insertion point to the left one word.
View.BrowseNext CTRL + NUM +

CTRL + SHIFT + 1

Displays the next symbol reference or definition.
View.BrowsePrevious CTRL + NUM –

CTRL + SHIFT + 2

Displays the previous symbol reference or definition.

See Also

Visual C++ 6.0 Default Shortcut Keys | get.MyProfile, Visual Studio Home Page | Keyboard, Environment, Options Dialog Box | Shortcut Keys

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