What is the Solution Explorer window?
Solution Explorer is a special window that enables you to manage solutions, projects, and files. It provides a complete view of the files in a project, and it enables you to add or remove files and to organize files into subfolders.
How do I access solution explorer?
If you don’t see the Solution Explorer tool window, you can open it from the Visual Studio menu bar by using View > Solution Explorer, or by pressing Ctrl+Alt+L.
How do I open a solution in Visual Studio?
Open Visual Studio. On the start window, select Create a new project. On the Create a new project page, enter blank solution into the search box, select the Blank Solution template, and then select Next.
How do I open the solution folder?
Open the Solution Explorer >> right-click your project >> select Open Folder in Windows Explorer. This has been tested on Visual Studio 2010. It will probably work in any other Visual Studio with a Solution Explorer.
How do I change the folder view in Solution Explorer?
- In windows explorer right click to open the folder containing your code using “Open in Visual Studio”. This begins your session in folder view.
- Double click a .
- Switch to non-folder view (ie the normal solution explorer mode).
- Switch back to folder view.
- Double click a .
What is a toolbox window?
A toolbox is a window or pane containing icons and buttons that are tools in the program. The tools are for quick access to common operations. A toolbox may float freely or be docked in the main window of the program. For example, Microsoft Paint contains a toolbox, including the pencil, eraser, and others. Tip.
How do I navigate the Solution Explorer in Visual Studio?
The default keyboard shortcut for opening/jumping to Solution Explorer is Ctrl + Alt + L .
What is a solution File?
A solution file *. sln is a text file that groups together multiple project files.
How do I find files in Visual Studio Solution Explorer?
With ReSharper installed Shift + Alt + L will find the current file in Solution Explorer in Visual Studio 2008+. when you track you don’t need this shortcut.