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The Move Type to Outer Scope refactoring helps move an inner type up a level. All corresponding usage references are automatically updated, even when the inner class uses methods or fields of the outer class.

To move a type to outer scope
  1. Position the caret at an inner type.
  2. On the ReSharper menu or context menu, choose Refactor | Move, or press F6. The Move drop-down list appears, choose Move to Outer Scope command. The Move to Outer Scope dialog box opens:
  3. In the Outer type name text box, specify a new name for the type. You can use the existing type name as well.
  4. To update references to the class in comments, select Search in comments.
  5. Click Next.
  6. If you selected Search in comments, ReSharper suggests that you rename located usages. Select check boxes next to items that you want to be updated.
  7. Click Next. If no conflicts are found, the refactoring is performed immediately. Otherwise, resolve conflicts .

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