Hide code in the Visual Studio editor

You can easily hide any block of code in Visual Studio using the Hide Selection command. Invoke it from the main EditOutlining menu, Outlining context menu or with a shortcut to the Edit.HideSelection command:

Selected code will be collapsed under a plus sign (you can leave a part of the top line unselected to describe hidden content):

To remove this custom region, use the Stop Hiding Current command from the same menu.

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