Reformat/Re-align code in Visual Studio

Found a useful tip when I looking for StyleCop essay.

How to: Reformat your code in Visual Studio

In brief, do these:

  1. Select the code you want to re-format (CTRL + A if want to re-format whole file).
  2. Press CTRL + K
  3. Press CTRL + F
  4. Done.

 

If work in VB.Net, it will auto set TitleCase and align the code, however in C#, it only re-align the code, but this is the feature I like the most since C# code never align for you again if the alignment was out.

 

Reference: How to: Reformat your code in Visual Studio

Keyword: Alignment, align, code style

3 responses to “Reformat/Re-align code in Visual Studio

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