Debugger Shortcut Keys


Use the following key combinations while you are debugging your project.

Note   You can change or create keyboard shortcuts in Keyboard of the Environment options in the Options dialog box.

To Press
Display documentation for the active window. F1
Display a system menu for the application window. ALT+SPACEBAR
Add and remove breakpoints on the current lines. F9
Clear all breakpoints. CTRL+SHIFT+F9
Disable breakpoint. CTRL+F9
Display Auto window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+A
Display Breakpoints dialog box. CTRL+B
Display Call Stack window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+C
Display Immediate window and move cursor into it. Not available if you are in the Text Editor window. CTRL+ALT+I
Display Locals window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+L
Display Running Document window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+R
Adds a watch on the currently selected word. SHIFT+F9
Display the next statement. ALT+* on the NUM pad
Display the shortcut menu. SHIFT+F10
Display Threads window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+H
Display Watch window and move cursor into it. CTRL+ALT+W
End debugging session. SHIFT+F5
Execute code one statement at a time, following execution into function calls (Step Into). F11
Execute the next line of code but not follow execution through any function calls (Step Over). F10
Execute the remaining lines of a function in which the current execution point lies (Step Out). SHIFT+F11
Restart a debugging session. CTRL+SHIFT+F5
Resume execution of your code from the current statement to the selected statement (Run to Cursor). CTRL+F10
Run the application.. F5
Run the code without invoking the debugger (Start without Debugging). CTRL+F5
Set the next statement. CTRL+SHIFT+F10
Stop execution (Break). CTRL+BREAK