Using Quick Info

Keyboard:  CTRL + K, CTRL + I Menu:  Edit –> IntelliSense –> Quick Info Command:  Edit.QuickInfo Versions:  2008,2010 Published:  5/29/2010 Code:  vstipEdit0063     Quick Info helps you identify the details of a particular function.  It comes up automatically as you type but, if it goes away, you can bring it up by pressing CTRL…


Using Parameter Info

Keyboard:  CTRL + SHIFT + SPACE (show Parameter Info); UP or DOWN ARROW (move to next or previous overload) Menu:  Edit –> IntelliSense –> Parameter Info Command:  Edit.ParameterInfo Versions:  2008,2010 Published:  5/28/2010 Code:  vstipEdit0062   When working with a function you automatically get Parameter Info:   If it goes away and you want it back…


How to Turn Off Automatic IntelliSense

Menu:  Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> All Languages [or specific language] -> General -> Statement completionVersions:  2008,2010Published:  5/1/2010Code:  vstipEdit0054   So maybe IntelliSense isn’t for everyone.  It can sometimes annoy people when it automatically pops up.  You can disable automatic IntelliSense and still have it come up anytime you want with CTRL +…

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Using the New IntelliSense: Pascal Case

Keyboard:  CTRL + J Menu:  Edit -> IntelliSense -> List Members Command:  Edit.ListMembersVersions:  2010Published:  2/9/2010Code:  vstipEdit0017   Now this one is seriously awesome!  Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to use IntelliSense to get a method but there are a TON of methods that start with same word and you have…

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Using the New IntelliSense: Keywords

Keyboard:  CTRL + J Menu:  Edit -> IntelliSense -> List Members Command:  Edit.ListMembersVersions:  2010Published:  2/8/2010Code:  vstipEdit0016 The one feature we regularly use more than just about anything else in Visual Studio is IntelliSense.  It has been our friend for many years.  Well it just got more friendly!  To show you the new feature, let’s take…

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