If you are tired of pressing Alt + Z (Windows) or Option + Z (macOS) each time you want to turn on Word Wrap in Visual Studio Code, the steps listed below will help you.
1. Go to:
- Windows: File > Preferences > Setting (shortcuts: Ctrl + ,).
- MacOS: Code > Settings… > Settings (shortcuts: Cmd + ,).
2. Type “word wrap” into the search field and you will see the search results immediately. Head to the Editor: Word Wrap section:
on from the drop-down:
Done. Your settings will be saved automatically. From now on, all documents opened by Visual Studio Code will wrap text and code by default.
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