Refactoring Shortcut Keys, Brief Scheme
The following key combinations can be used to edit code to improve it after it has been written.
CTRL + L, A
Displays a smart tag so you can create a class that inherits from an abstract class that contains at least one abstract member.
CTRL + L, F
Displays a Smart tag that allows you to explicitly implement a class that derives from an interface and generates the stubs for you. For more information, see Explicit Interface Implementation (C# Programming Guide).
CTRL + L, N
Displays a Smart tag that allows you to implicitly implement a class that derives from an interface and generates the stubs for you.
CTRL + R, CTRL + E
Displays the Encapsulate Field Dialog Box, which allows you to create a property from an existing field and then updates your code to refer to the new property.
CTRL + R, CTRL + I
Displays the Extract Interface Dialog Box, which allows you to create a new interface with members derived from an existing class, struct, or interface.
CTRL + R, CTRL + M
Displays the Extract Method Dialog Box, which allows you to create a new method from a code fragment of an existing method.
CTRL + R, CTRL + P
Moves a variable from a local usage to a method, indexer, or constructor parameter while updating the call sites correctly. For more information, see Promote Local Variable to Parameter.
CTRL + R, CTRL + V
Displays the Remove Parameters dialog box, which removes parameters from methods, indexers, or delegates by changing the declaration at any locations where the member is called. For more information, see Remove Parameters.
CTRL + R, CTRL + R
Displays the Rename Dialog Box, which allows you to rename identifiers for code symbols such as fields, local variables, methods, namespaces, properties, and types.
CTRL + R, CTRL + O
Displays the Reorder Parameters Dialog Box, which allows you to change the order of the parameters for methods, indexers, and delegates.