Visual Studio 2010 – Navigate To feature

The Navigate To is a simple but very useful feature in Visual Studio for finding symbols in the source code in Visual Studio 2010 . This feature exists in the earlier version of the Visual Studio too .

To Open the Navigate To Dialog use the shortcut key Ctrl + , ( Ctrl + Comma ) .

Alternatively , you can open the Dialog from the Edit -> Navigate To . The Dialog looks like the below screenshot .

Note that i created a method called “Test Method” in my project and use the Navigate To feature to search for Test .

Interestingly , when you search for an item , it gives preference for the Pascal Casing  .

I know that this is not a big feature , but a small helpful one though.

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