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.NET/C#: Ctrl+R+R toggles wrap in Visual Studio.NET 2003 (via: Stack Overflow)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/05/14

A while ago, I had to do some emergency fixing in Visual Studio .NET 2003 as – despite it is unsupported – a client was still using it.

By habit, I tried to rename a variable using the Ctrl+R+R shortcut for Refactor Rename. It didn’t work, and I was not surprised: this refactoring was introduced in Visual Studio 2005.

A while later, I started to notice that WordWrap was turned on in the code editor.

It took me a few minutes and a quick search to find out the two are related:

Visual studio 2003: ctrl+R+R is the shortcut to toggle WordWrap in the code editor.

Thanks Micah for answering that!

–jeroen

via How can I toggle word wrap in Visual Studio.NET? – Stack Overflow.

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