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Visual Studio declaration quick search/jump

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Back in my Borland Delphi days there was a great utility named GExperts. http://www.gexperts.org   This added a lot of IDE enhancements, but the best thing it did was provide a quick jump to a function or procedure.

Press a hot key, type a few letters of the name, and press enter and bang you would be jumped to that segment of the code.

Is there a comparable solution for Visual Studio 2008?
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Not sure of that exactly ... but Whole Tomato offers a very cool IDE extension package called Visual Assist-X.

In VS 2003, I wouldn't work w/o it.  I believe it's free for the first 30 days or thereabouts.  Plenty of time to get hooked on it!
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when you are at source code, a couple of combo boxes appear just above the editor showing the classes and methods implemented in that source file. the methods are in alphabetical order.
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