The VB Specific property page, in the Basic folder of the Text Editor folder of the Options (Tools menu) dialog box contains the following properties:
Automatic insertion of end constructs
When you type—for example, the first line of a procedure declaration, Sub Main—and press ENTER, the text editor adds a matching End Sub line. Similarly, if you add a For loop, the text editor adds a matching Next statement. When this option is selected, the code editor automatically adds the end construct.
Pretty Listing (reformatting) of code
The text editor reformats your code as appropriate. When this option is selected, the code editor will:
Align your code to the correct tab position
Recase keywords, variables, and objects to the correct case
Add a missing Then to an If...Then statement
Add parenthesis to function calls
Add missing end quotes to strings
Reformat exponential notation
Enable outlining mode
When you open a file in the code editor, you can view the document in outlining mode. See How to: Outline and Hide Code for more information. When this option is selected, the outlining feature is activated when you open a file.
Automatic insertion of Interface and MustOverride members
When you commit an Implements statement or an Inherits statement for a class, the text editor inserts prototypes for the members that have to be implemented or overridden, respectively.
Show procedure line separators
The text editor indicates visual scope of procedures. A line is drawn in the .vb source files of your project at locations listed in the following table:
Location in .vb Source File
Example of Line Location
After the close of a block declaration construct
At the end of a class, structure, module, interface, or enum
After a property, function, or sub
Not between the get and set clauses in a property
After a set of single line constructs
After the import statements, before a type definition in a class file
After variables declared in a class, before any procedures
After single line declarations (non-block level declarations)
Following import statements, inherits statements, variable declarations, event declarations, delegate declarations, and DLL declare statements
Enable error correction suggestions
The text editor can suggest solutions to common errors and allow you to select the appropriate correction, which is then applied to your code.