There are two ways to split the current window:
- From the Menu Bar, go to Window – Split
- Using the mouse, grab the splitter control found directly above the document scrollbar
But the split command only works horizontally. If you need to split
vertically (see Program.cs:2 in the above picture), try using the
Window.NewWindow command found on the Menu Bar at Window – New Window. Then, as in the picture above, go to Window – New Vertical Tab Group.
Reposted from Did you know… How to split windows and Create new windows? – #004 by Sara Ford, author of Microsoft Visual Studio Tips
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