VS.NET 2005 Document Tab Order

Hello,

So in VS.NET 2002/3 each document you would open would create a new tab at the end (the right side) of the tab strip. However, in VS.NET 2005 every document that you open will create a new tab on the left side of the tab strip and pushes all of your other tabs to the right. I would really love to have the old school tabbing system in 2005 because it is nice to open a certain code file that you modify a lot first, so you always know its location. The new method, visual space where specific documents can be found constantly changes. Does anyone know how I can change this. All I've been able to do is switch between tab and window mode. I know you can manually reorder the tabs, but that gets a wee bit annoying. Anyway...

Thanks in advance!
Jon
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osiris247Commented:
there is no easy way around this....
http://blogs.msdn.com/saraford/archive/2004/05/14/132065.aspx

but this macro will solve the problem for you....
http://www.vbdocman.com/blog/archives/10

hth
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