- Ctrl + M , M – expand/collapse at caret.
- Ctrl + M , O – collapse all in document.
- Ctrl + M , L – expand all in document.
Similarly one may ask, how do I Collapse all regions in Visual Studio?
Ctrl + M + O will collapse all. Ctrl + M + P will expand all and disable outlining. Ctrl + M + M will collapse/expand the current section. These options are also in the context menu under Outlining.
Subsequently, question is, how do I enable outlining in Visual Studio?
- To disable outlining and display all code, choose View | Outlining | Stop Outlining or View | Outlining | Stop Hiding Current in the main menu.
- To enable outlining, choose View | Outlining | Start Automatic Outlining in the main menu.
Simply so, how do I minimize all functions in Visual Studio?
How To Collapse All and Expand All Source Code In Visual Studio. To collapse all classes/functions/subs, press CTRL + M, CTRL + O. And to expand them all again, just press CTRL + M, CTRL + P.
How do you collapse rows in Visual Studio?
CTRL + M + M will collapse/expand the current section. CTRL + M + A will collapse all even in Html files. These options are also in the context menu under Outlining. Right click in editor -> Outlining to find all options.
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How do I run code in Visual Studio?
- use shortcut Ctrl+Alt+N.
- or press F1 and then select/type Run Code ,
- or right click the Text Editor and then click Run Code in editor context menu.
- or click Run Code button in editor title menu.
- or click Run Code button in context menu of file explorer.
What is Alt on Mac?
How do you go to the end of a line on a Mac?
How do you uncomment on a Mac?
How do you open a command palette on a Mac?
- Ctrl + Shift + P , if you are on Windows, Linux or Chromebook.
- Cmd + Shift + P , if you are on a Mac.
How do I comment multiple lines in Visual Studio Mac?
How do I run Visual Studio code on Mac?
- Download Visual Studio Code for macOS.
- Double-click on the downloaded archive to expand the contents.
- Drag Visual Studio Code.app to the Applications folder, making it available in the Launchpad .
- Add VS Code to your Dock by right-clicking on the icon to bring up the context menu and choosing Options, Keep in Dock.