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Posted Friday, May 2, 2014 9:28 AM


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ssimmons 2102 (5/2/2014)
I believe in Management Studio 2012 that Ctrl+R doesn't work anymore, unless you customize a shortcut.


Works for me by default and in 2014. If you have a new install and chose the VS settings, then it might not.







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ssimmons 2102 (5/2/2014)
I believe in Management Studio 2012 that Ctrl+R doesn't work anymore, unless you customize a shortcut.


Works for me by default and in 2014. If you have a new install and chose the VS settings, then it might not.


Works fine on SQL 2012 DEV EDT (by default), I see a menu sub-item under Windows->Show Result Pane CTRL+R.


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Easy one. Thanks Steve!
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If it is not working then take a look at this: CTRL + R not working in SSMS 2012
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Really a day to day usage part...
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The good one and part of our Daily routine... Still only 60% correct answers !!!
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The good one and part of YOUR Daily routine! not us, I never used this feature before, no need for it at all in my business.
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Really a day to day usage part...

Would you please share with us what is the usefulness of hiding the results pane in production databases?!
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The good one and part of our Daily routine


Is it? I can't recall a situation where I've actually used this facility, although I knew the correct answer...would be interested to know what people use this for?


Same here. I don't recall ever even thinking I needed this.

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The good one and part of our Daily routine


Is it? I can't recall a situation where I've actually used this facility, although I knew the correct answer...would be interested to know what people use this for?


to see the whole query without having to scroll - i.e. for readability

You can drag & drop that border line between query pane & result pane to minimize the result pane.
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IMHO: The ability to quickly hide and show the result pane is very helpful, especially when working with limited screen estate (laptops, tables & mobiles).
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