Philippe Truche’s Blog

29 June 2010

How to sort projects alphabetically in Visual Studio

Filed under: Uncategorized — Philippe Truche @ 1:45

This is really handy, especially when there are many projects in Visual Studio.  From http://blog.catenalogic.com/post/2009/01/09/Sort-Visual-Studio-2008-Projects-alphabetically-inside-Solution-Folders.aspx, here is how you do it:

  1. Right-click on a project and select rename (or simple select a project, wait 1 second, and click it again or press F2).
  2. Don’t change the name, simply select another project with your mouse.

This will cause Visual Studio to resort the projects.

I also highly recommend the PowerCommands for Visual Studio 2008 because it allows you to collapse all the projects in a solution with a single click.

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