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Visual Studio 2008/2010: collapse code blocks without needing to use regions

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I think it would be very helpful if in my C# code I would be able to collapse code blocks like if statements and loops without needing to use regions.  Just like you can collapse methods, classes and namespaces.  If there isn't some setting that can be turned on in Visual Studio to allow this to happen, is there an Visual Studio addon that would allow this to happen?  Thanks.
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You can highlight the selection you want to hide, right click, select Outlining, and the click Hide Selection (Ctrl + M, Ctrl + H). Other than that, I don't think there is really a way to do it.
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