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Discovered a new Hot Key function in VS 2005 ... accidentally! Ctrl+Alt+Down Arrow

Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Provides a popup-list of open editor window tabs (like eclipse).
Unlike the Ctrl+Tab the above shortcut is pretty handy and sticky and doesn't vanish on releasing the keys.

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