The following shortcut key combinations can be used to search for text in a single file, to search for text in multiple files, and to search for objects and members.
When you select Visual C# Development Settings in the Import and Export Settings Wizard, the Visual C# 2005 keyboard mapping scheme is applied. Visual C# 2005 is the current keyboard mapping scheme. This is the keyboard mapping scheme that is applied to the integrated development environment (IDE) at initial startup. For more information, see How to: Change Select Settings.
To switch to the Visual C# keyboard mapping scheme
On the Tools menu, click Options.
Expand Environment, and then click Keyboard.
Select Visual C# 2005 from the Apply the following application keyboard mapping scheme drop-down list.
CTRL + F
Displays the Quick tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.
CTRL + K, R or
SHIFT + F12
Displays the list of all references for the selected symbol.
CTRL + SHIFT + F
Displays the In Files tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.
Finds the next occurrence of the previous search text.
CTRL + F3
Finds the next occurrence of the currently selected text in the document.
SHIFT + F3
Finds the previous occurrence of the search text.
CTRL + SHIFT + F3
Finds the previous occurrence of the currently selected text, or the word at the cursor.
CTRL + /
Puts the cursor in the Find/Command box on the Standard toolbar.
CTRL + I
Activates incremental search. If incremental search is on, but no input is passed, the previous search query is used. If search input has been found, next invocation searches for the next occurrence of the input text.
CTRL + H
Displays the replace options in the Quick tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.
CTRL + SHIFT + H
Displays the replace options on the In Files tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.
CTRL + SHIFT + I
Changes the direction of incremental search to start at the bottom of the file and progress toward the top.
ALT + F3, S
Stops the current Find in Files operation.
CTRL + W, CTRL + Q
Displays the Find Symbol Results window, which displays matches for symbols searches.