VS Code Syntax Highlighting

How to Copy Visual Studio Code with Syntax Highlighting to Other Applications

VS Code Syntax Highlighting
In this article, we learn how to copy from Visual Studio Code with color syntax highlighting to various other applications including Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Gmail to achieve beautiful, clear code samples for documentation, presentations, and general communication. This will prove useful whether you are using JavaScript, JSON, HTML, CSS, TypeScript, Markdown, C++, Java, PHP, Python, Go, T-SQL, XML, C# or a host of other languages and data formats that Visual Studio Code supports.

How is this accomplished? It’s very simple! When you are in VS Code copy your selected code to the clipboard, VS Code brings the color syntax formatting along for the ride so the formatted text can be pasted into applications such as Word and Gmail. We’ll see this in action with various applications and provide some additional steps to maximize the beauty of your syntax highlighted code.
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