SQL Server 2008: Ctrl-Shift-M

by Jon Davis 13. November 2008 14:59

When creating a new stored procedure in SQL Server Management Studio, the sproc template would generate:


	-- Use the Specify Values for Template Parameters
	-- command (Ctrl-Shift-M) to fill in the paramter
	-- values below.


Unfortunately, while the same template is used in SQL Server Management Studio for SQL Server 2008, Ctrl-Shift-M wasn't implemented.

The one-time fix is rather trivial:

  • Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard
  • Under Keyboard scheme, choose SQL Server 2000.
  • Click OK
  • Go back, .. Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard
  • Under Keyboard scheme, choose Standard.

This info was found here: http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/32965600/ssms-2008-ctrlshiftm.aspx


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