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I have been using Ctrl+E,D to arrange my codes in VS 2008 (C#),
Some days ago I installed a C# component, since then Ctrl+E,D doesn't work anymore!

How I can fix it so it works again?

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Which C# component, if it seems linked to that? – Gnoupi Jan 25 '10 at 8:24
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You can customise the Autoformat key chord.

Tools, Customise, "Keyboard..."

Then enter customise "Edit.FormatSelection" for the default editor scheme;

Options dialogue

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Great, Thanks a lot. – Mohammad Dayyan Jan 31 '10 at 11:22

To restore the old keyboard mapping, go to Options->Environment->Keyboard->Apply the following additional keyboard mapping scheme and choose Visual C# 2005

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Auto formatting?



Edit -> Advanced -> Format Selection
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Thanks, What about Ctrl+E,D . How can I restore it ? because I accustomed to it ;) – Mohammad Dayyan Jan 25 '10 at 9:33
Tools, Customise, Keyboard, select default scheme, enter "Edit.FormatSelection", add shortcut key. I'll add another answer with a picture ^^ – RJFalconer Jan 30 '10 at 22:47

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