Visual Studio 2012 Tips and Tricks – Insert a Blank Line

Want to Insert a Blank Line above the currently selected line in Visual Studio 2012 ? Use the Shortcut Key “Ctrl + Enter”.

Similarly, if you want to insert a blank line below the currently selected line, use the shortcut key “Ctrl + Shift + Enter”.

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