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Old September 27th, 2004, 06:36 PM
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Default multiple projects within the solution(close Key)

With my solution in .NET which is containing like 100 projects. While I am trying to open it, all of those projects are opened and I should minimize them one by one which takes a while.

I was wondering whether there is a function key that it could do the same for me.

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if you want all the open windows to close, you can choose window-->close all documents.

if you are talking about the projects listed in the solutions explorer, I dont think there is a shortcut key for minimizing all. Insted of clicking using the mouse for each project, you can open the solutions explorer, click on the 1st project and press the "left arrow", "down arrow" sequence until you reach the last project.

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