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Posted on 2006-11-08
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Hi Guys,
              I have reinstalled my VS2005 and exparience certain problems. Before F8 used to move as the debugger yellow line when stepping over the code. Now it's F10, I am not sure why but I don'r quite like it, how do I change it to F8?

Thanks!,
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You can change all of your shortcuts from the tools, options menu.

Select Keyboard

Choose the debug.StepOver and change it to what you want.
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