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How to stop VB intellisense from creating a new line when "enter" is pressed?

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I normally develop in C# but I'm working in VB for the moment. Everything is fine, but when I use the intellisense in VB and press "Enter" it creates a new line. This is driving me crazy. In C# "Enter" just selects the item from the intellisense list. What do I have to do to make the VB intellisense work like C#? I've looked but haven't found exactly what needs to be turned off or on.
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It drives me crazy too.  You have to use TAB to select the current IntelliSense value so that it doesn't enter a new line.  
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