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How do I turn on "Brief" style editor in Visual Studio 2008?

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I am a long time Delphi programmer who has been spoiled with the "Brief" style editor. I am trying to get the Visual Studio 2008 bulit-in editor to use some of the same keystrokes. Can someone tell me how this is done? I really do not want to use a 3rd party editor. I had it working in VS2005 years ago but have since install VS2008 and cant seem to remember how I did it.
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Wow, I must have spent an hour looking through all the options and for some reason I just could not find ( or just did not notice) that one. Thanks for the fast response.
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