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How-to expand/collapse all code regions in visual Studio 2003?
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Right Click > Outlining > Collapse To Definitions will collapse all code regions to definitions. Use Right Click > Outlining > Toggle All Outlining to expand all.
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Thank to you guys.  Here is my final choice ;-)

CTRL+M,CTRL+O
CTRL+M,CTRL+L
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