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Tip 1.20: You can use F6 to jump between split panes in the editor

April 5, 2013

“Visual Studio Tips, 251 ways to improve your Productivity in Visual Studio“, courtesy of ‘Sara Ford’

Sara Ford’s Blog

Sara Aside

When she originally wrote and published this tip, she had to laugh at the fact that there was a six-month gap between this tip and Tip 1.19, which describes how to split the panes. The first week she started the “Tip of the Day” series on her blog, she came to the harsh reality that you actually have to write a tip of the day every single day. She was at a conference during the first week of writing “Tip of the Day,” so the initial tips were those she could write the fastest. There was no rhyme or reason behind the madness; hence, the six-month gap between Tip 1.19 and Tip 1.20.

Once you have used the splitter to split the editor window, you can use F6 to jump between the editor views.

Happy Programming! =)

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