Keyboard Shortcuts in Visual Web Developer
The editor in Visual Web Developer provides keyboard shortcuts that help save time and effort, as well as provide an essential tool for people with limited dexterity and other disabilities.
The following table lists some of the keyboard shortcuts that are available in the Visual Web Developer editor.
You can view all of the keyboard shortcuts for Visual Web Developer and create your own shortcuts by doing the following: on the Tools menu, select Options; and in the Options dialog box, select Environment and then Keyboard. You might have to select the Show all settings check box in order to view the Keyboard setting.
Switches the selected text between bold and normal.
Switches the font style of the selected text between italic and roman.
Switches the font style of the selected text between underline and roman.
Displays the Bookmark dialog box.
When text is selected, displays the Hyperlink dialog box.
Displays your Web page in the default browser.
Inserts one row above the selected row in the table.
Inserts one row below the selected row in the table.
Inserts one column to the left of the selected column in the table.
Inserts one column to the right of the selected column in the table.
Switches the display of marker icons for HTML elements that do not have a visual representation, such as comments, scripts, and anchors for absolutely positioned elements.
Switches from Design view to Source view and vice versa.
Displays a 1-pixel border around HTML elements that support a border attribute and have it set to zero, such as tables, table cells, and divisions.
Inserts a snippet.