Republished with Permission - Original Article
I’ve blogged in the past about the VS 2010 Productivity Power Tool Extensions – a free set of
Visual Studio 2010 extensions that provide some nice additional functionality.
You can read my previous blog posts about it here and here. In today’s post I’m going to briefly highlight
a few small, but nice, code editor capabilities that are enabled when you
install the free extensions (and which I didn’t highlight in my previous blog