I loved every single tip in this article not having had the chance to use some of them before - I found the "short cuts" really really cool and have already started using them.
A couple of things that I thought I'd mention: The first is that the Query Analyzer has a debugging tool that is really neat to use when you don't want to test something through the application interface - when you display the object browser and right click on a stored procedure you can go to the last option which is "Debug" - enter your parameters if any and take it from there. (You might want to read up on the details on how best to use this debugging tool)
Also, I know many readers actually use scripted files for each database object (splly. those using version control) so if you open a stored procedure in the Query Analyzer window you can use the "Edit" menu for Find, Replace etc.. and then save back the edited file.
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