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QuestionFind Results -> Go to Definition open code window? - VS.Net 2010 PinmemberKinStephen22-Jan-11 12:25 
Hello Everyone,
 
Since upgrading to vs.net 2010, I've noticed after doing a search (find in files and search in current project or entire solution) and then clicking on the found result item or right-click -> Go to Definition always opens the code file (window) in the same tab area as the Find Results window.
 
Does anyone have any idea how to have it open the code file (window) above with the other code windows I currently have one? It used to do this in every version prior to 2010.
 

Thanks,
Stephen
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