Using the Find combo box to do a Quick Find in the current document in Visual Studio.

Published on February 20, 2014 by abundantcode

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Microsoft Visual Studio has an option which lets the developers to perform a quick find within the document using the Find Combobox.

Using the Find combo box to do a Quick Find in the current document in Visual Studio.

  • To use this feature, press Ctrl + D.
  • This will position the cursor to the Find Combobox in the IDE.
  • Type the string that you need to search for and press enter key to perform the search. Note that this will perform a forward search.
  • To perform a reverse search, hit the Shift + Enter key.
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