How not to have all files opened at start up?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by EC, May 21, 2005.

  1. EC

    EC Guest

    I am using in VS 2003. All files in a Solution package I'm working on are
    opened whenever I open the (.sln) solution file. I could manually close
    about 100 of of these open file and then close the solution but the problem
    happens again after I do some search & replace, which I need to do once a
    while. So I would prefer having a 'close all files' option or modifying a
    file or settings so that only one or two files from a particular project
    will be opened at the opening of the solution file.

    Another thing is, 3 (.aspx) files always get modified every time after I
    open the solution. I must have clicked the 'Yes' button to save them 20, 30
    times already whenever I close the solution. So how do I save these 3
    'automatically' modifed files once and for all? I can just ignore saving
    them but really want to know the 'fix'.

    Any tip/info is much appreciated. Thanks.
     
    EC, May 21, 2005
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  2. EC

    Dave Fancher Guest

    Window/Close All Documents
    Shortcut: Alt+W, L

    HTH
    ----------------
    Dave Fancher
    http://davefancher.blogspot.com

    "EC" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Any tip/suggestion, anyone?
    >
    > "EC" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >>I am using in VS 2003. All files in a Solution package I'm working on are
    >> opened whenever I open the (.sln) solution file. I could manually close
    >> about 100 of of these open file and then close the solution but the
    >> problem
    >> happens again after I do some search & replace, which I need to do once a
    >> while. So I would prefer having a 'close all files' option or modifying a
    >> file or settings so that only one or two files from a particular project
    >> will be opened at the opening of the solution file.
    >>
    >> Another thing is, 3 (.aspx) files always get modified every time after I
    >> open the solution. I must have clicked the 'Yes' button to save them 20,
    >> 30
    >> times already whenever I close the solution. So how do I save these 3
    >> 'automatically' modifed files once and for all? I can just ignore saving
    >> them but really want to know the 'fix'.
    >>
    >> Any tip/info is much appreciated. Thanks.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
     
    Dave Fancher, May 22, 2005
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  3. EC

    EC Guest

    Any tip/suggestion, anyone?

    "EC" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I am using in VS 2003. All files in a Solution package I'm working on are
    > opened whenever I open the (.sln) solution file. I could manually close
    > about 100 of of these open file and then close the solution but the
    > problem
    > happens again after I do some search & replace, which I need to do once a
    > while. So I would prefer having a 'close all files' option or modifying a
    > file or settings so that only one or two files from a particular project
    > will be opened at the opening of the solution file.
    >
    > Another thing is, 3 (.aspx) files always get modified every time after I
    > open the solution. I must have clicked the 'Yes' button to save them 20,
    > 30
    > times already whenever I close the solution. So how do I save these 3
    > 'automatically' modifed files once and for all? I can just ignore saving
    > them but really want to know the 'fix'.
    >
    > Any tip/info is much appreciated. Thanks.
    >
    >
    >
    >
     
    EC, May 22, 2005
    #3
  4. EC

    EC Guest

    I was looking for this option for a long time but could not find it until
    you point it out. It's so simple that no one seems not to care to answere
    for the whole day. Thanks a lot.

    "Dave Fancher" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Window/Close All Documents
    > Shortcut: Alt+W, L
    >
    > HTH
    > ----------------
    > Dave Fancher
    > http://davefancher.blogspot.com
    >
    > "EC" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Any tip/suggestion, anyone?
    >>
    >> "EC" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>>I am using in VS 2003. All files in a Solution package I'm working on are
    >>> opened whenever I open the (.sln) solution file. I could manually close
    >>> about 100 of of these open file and then close the solution but the
    >>> problem
    >>> happens again after I do some search & replace, which I need to do once
    >>> a
    >>> while. So I would prefer having a 'close all files' option or modifying
    >>> a
    >>> file or settings so that only one or two files from a particular
    >>> project
    >>> will be opened at the opening of the solution file.
    >>>
    >>> Another thing is, 3 (.aspx) files always get modified every time after I
    >>> open the solution. I must have clicked the 'Yes' button to save them 20,
    >>> 30
    >>> times already whenever I close the solution. So how do I save these 3
    >>> 'automatically' modifed files once and for all? I can just ignore saving
    >>> them but really want to know the 'fix'.
    >>>
    >>> Any tip/info is much appreciated. Thanks.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >>

    >
    >
     
    EC, May 22, 2005
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