Tip: Hold Ctrl+P (Quick Open) to open any file by its name.

There are two commands which enable you to navigate in and across files with easy-to-use key bindings.

• Hold Ctrl and press Tab to view a list of all files open in an editor group.
• To open one of these files, press Tab again to pick the file you want to navigate to, then release Ctrl to open it.

Alternatively, you can use Alt+Left and Alt+Right to navigate between files and edit locations. If you are jumping around between different lines of the same file, these shortcuts allow you to navigate between those locations easily.

## Open Package Directory

### Go to Definition

You can go to the definition of a symbol by pressing F12.

If you press Ctrl and hover over a symbol, a preview of the declaration will appear:

Tip: You can jump to the definition with Ctrl+Click or open the definition to the side with Ctrl+Alt+Click.

### Go to Symbols

You can navigate symbols inside a file with Ctrl+Shift+O. Enter : and the symbols will be grouped by category. Press Up or Down and navigate to the place you want.

### Open Symbol by Name

You can open a particular symbol by its name with Ctrl+T, regardless of which file contains it. Type the name of a symbol you want to navigate to, and press Enter