Exploring basic settings for the Code Editor


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Exploring basic settings for the Code Editor

As a programmer, you spend a sizable portion of your workday writing text. Oh, sure. We call it code, but think about it for a minute-- your code is just specialized text. And you probably write other text documents too. For example, HTML and XML files are common in software projects. So it won't surprise you to learn the Visual Studio has lots of text editors. In this movie, I want to show you some basic settings that you can configure for any text editor. I'm inside Visual Studio, and I have opened the BasicEditor project, and then I've open the Program.cs file.

I am going to start by showing you some navigation aids along the left edge of the screen. I am going to edit them by going to Tools > Options. You need to scroll down in Tools > Options till you get to the Text Editor section. Here you can see all of the different editors that are available inside Visual Studio. For example, down here is the XAML editor. Up at the top is some General settings, and that's wh...

Exploring basic settings for the Code Editor
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Exploring basic settings for the Code Editor provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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