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How do i get the "step over" key back to F10?

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I installed VB .NET and things worked fine. I was using the F10 and F11 keys to "step over" and "step into". I then installed Visual Studio 6 (to correct some missing design time license issues I was having with certain Active X controls). After installing Visual Studio 6 the "step over" and "step into" debug keys are now Shift+F8 and F8. How do I get them to go back to their original settings?
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Goto Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard

Should be in there somewhere
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Like StepInto is Debug.StepInto, you can select it with the "Shortcut(s) for selected command:" Dropdown
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