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Need get a program to align my code automatically in visual C#

Posted on 2008-06-24
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I need to have all my code align in C#. in VB.Net it is ok. But for some reason it does not align my code.
Anything that can help me.
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Question by:mathieu_cupryk
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Try:
Edit/Advanded/Format document  CTRL-E D or
Edit/Avanced/Format selection Ctrl-E F
(and file extension should be .cs)
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In Visual Studio the code should be automatically formated as you enter it as long as the IDE thinks its is a C# file (has file extension .cs) and you have the options turned on (see Tools/Options/Text Editor/C#/Formatting/Indentation).

To reformat existing code use Edit/Advanced/Format Document.
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by:mathieu_cupryk
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MARCJEC it says is not a command the combination.
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by:philipjonathan
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There is already an in-built function in Visual Studio.
You just need to highlight the portion of the code that you want to reformat, then choose Edit -> Advanced -> Format Selection / Document
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by:Marcjev
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The key combination can be changed visual studio. You should use the menu as suggested by myself and philipjonathan.
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