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GeneralVisual Studio - MoveToRegion PinmemberMatt U.7-Feb-14 9:47 
While watching one of my colleagues write some code the other day, I noticed he would create properties for several fields in a class, and then he'd have to paste them together, and then cut/paste the entire block inside a #region for properties. It seemed like quite a tedious process, so I began looking at VS extensions (we use VS2012). I found "MoveToRegionVSX", but apparently it doesn't support VS2012. Are there any other similar extensions for 2012?
 
I was looking for something so that we could just highlight a block of code and easily move it to the desired #region. I had no luck whatsoever. I downloaded one called CodeMaid, and you can drag things around the outline to rearrange the code file. But you can only drag/drop one property at a time. I was thinking more of a keyboard shortcut for the entire selection.
 
Any ideas?
djj55: Nice but may have a permission problem
Pete O'Hanlon: He has my permission to run it.

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