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The Complete Word option types the rest of a variable, command, or function name once you have entered enough characters to disambiguate the term.
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Type the first few letters of the name, and then press ALT+RIGHT ARROW or CTRL+SPACEBAR.
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When a context list is displayed for an object, you can display the global list by invoking Complete Word (ALT+RIGHT ARROW).
If you use the Complete Word option from within a C++ attribute block, you will see a list of all available attributes.
If what you have typed has more than one possible match or no match at all, then invoke Complete Word to display the pop-up List Members box, which you can then use to find the term and insert it into your code.
To start the Complete Word feature
On the Edit menu, click IntelliSense, and then click Complete Word.
Use the ALT+RIGHT ARROW keyboard shortcut.
Select the Complete Word toolbar button from the Text Editor toolbar.