Microsoft keeps adding interesting new controls to the Visual Studio toolbox, but John Mueller regrets to report that many developers don’t even know that those controls exist. Also, every programmer wants to create applications that are free of bugs. In this article, Peter Aitken explores the debugging tools available in Visual Studio.
Gaining Control Over the Visual Studio 2005 Toolbox; Debugging
2006-09-17 .NET 4 Comments
It’s true that the property grid control is not something you would use every day. But when you need it, it’s a life saver and so incredibly easy to use.
Absolutely rock in VS 2005, I cannot stand debugging in 2003 now as I’ve gotten so acustomed to them.
Sidenote: On my VS2k3/5 installs step over is F10 and step into is F11. I think he got confused with VS6.0 which IIRC is indeed F8.