VS.NET Outlining

This is a discussion on VS.NET Outlining within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; When using VS.NET Pro I like to use the outlining (right click -> outlining -> collapse to defenitions) so I ...

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    Question VS.NET Outlining

    When using VS.NET Pro I like to use the outlining (right click -> outlining -> collapse to defenitions) so I can focus on the function I want to w/o being bother with the other ones. Does anyone know of a way to set "Collapse to Defenitions" to be on by default so I dont have to turn it on everytime I start VS.NET?
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    Not really what your asking for, but you can assign the "collapse" function to a function key, which makes it quick and easy.

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