Chapter 9. The Visual Basic Editor, Part II
In this chapter, we conclude our discussion of the Visual Basic
Editor. Again, I remind the reader that she may want to read quickly
through this chapter and refer to it later as needed.
If you prefer the keyboard to the mouse (as I do), then you may
want to use keyboard shortcuts. Here are some tips.
The following keyboard shortcuts are used for navigating the
|Go to the Properties window.|
|Go to the Project window.|
|Go to the Immediate window.|
|Toggle between Access and VB IDE.|
Navigating the code window at design time
Within the code window, the following keystrokes are very
|Help on the item under the cursor.|
|Go to the definition of the item under the
cursor. (If the cursor is over a call to a function or
subroutine, hitting Shift+F2 sends you to the
definition of that procedure.)|
|Return to the last position where editing took
The following keystrokes are useful when tracing through
code (discussed later):
It is also possible to insert bookmarks
within code. A bookmark marks a location to which
we can return easily. To insert a bookmark, or to move to the next
or previous bookmark, use the Bookmarks
submenu of the Edit menu. The presence of ...
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