Menu: Tools -> Options -> Keyboard
We covered creating shortcuts in vstipTool0063. Assuming you have a macro you would like to attach a shortcut key to, you can easily make your macros accessible. Let’s do an example to show you how. First, go to Tools -> Options -> Keyboard :
To access your macros type “macro.” in the “Show commands containing” area:
In this case let’s bind the “Macros.Samples.Utilities.TurnOffLineNumbers” and “Macros.Samples.Utilities.TurnOnLineNumbers” macros:
WARNING: You will want to make sure the keyboard shortcuts I use here aren’t already assigned to something else. They most likely aren’t but you should double-check.
For “Macros.Samples.Utilities.TurnOnLineNumbers” we will bind it to CTRL + M, CTRL + 1:
For “Macros.Samples.Utilities.TurnOffLineNumbers” we will bind it to CTRL + M, CTRL + 0:
Click the OK button and let’s test out our shortcuts. Go to any source code:
As you can see, I have line numbers on already so I’ll press CTRL + M, CTRL + 0 to turn them off and CTRL + M, CTRL + 1 to turn them back on again.