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Is there a way to save my #region expanded/collapsed in vs2003?

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Hi, all!

Is there a way to save my #region expanded/collapsed result in vs2003?

This is an IDE setting question. But I am sure some of you may know the answer.

My default is to have them expanded. Every time I open my project, the collapsed areas are all expanded. I know I can right click, outlining, collapse to definitions to collapse all. Can I default into this way? Or better yet can I have the IDE saved whatever are expanded/collapsed as they are when I exit?

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I just use ctrl-M-O (the keyboard shortcut for the right click, outlining, collapse to definitions).

Sorry, don't know of any ways to have the IDE save it.
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