I am used to Eclipse and want F3 to 'go to definition' in the VB.NET 2005 studio

Posted on 2007-08-03
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I am used to Eclipse and want F3 to equate to right-clicking on an item in VB.NET's studio and have pressing 'Go to Definition'

Is there a way to get this customized behavior?
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Gary Davis earned 750 total points
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This article tells how to customize keyboard shortcuts:

Visual Studio 2005 IDE Tips and Tricks

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