Responses written in context below:
Thanks for the responses.
I am assuming that you are using a different nationality keyboard. With the
UK keyboard, I am getting a similar response using Ctrl+].
I can use this as you suggest, I was just hoping that VS would be clever
enough to automatically highlight the corresponding braces or (possibly more
importantly) corresponding brackets as can be done with other intelligent
editors. Oh well never mind!
I think I did not explain this very well. The reason I wanted to know where
the cursor was is more for after having done a find. If I do a Find All on
an item (eg via ctrl+shift+f), I get a list of the found items in the Find
Results 1 box. If I select one of them with a double click, the window will
go to the relevant file and the cursor will be placed on the found item, As
the line is not highlighted, I have to hunt for the cursor sometimes, to
find the appropriate line. I notice that a find via ctrl+f will highlight
the found item. That would have been useful with the ctrl+shift+f find
operation I described here.
It is obviously something I will have to live with.