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Is there any way to prevent an entry from appearing in the Replace With box in Quick Replace? For some reason, after a quick replace, it always holds the last entry.

Thanks for your help.

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As annoying as that cache may be, there is not a way to clear it. I see nothing in the registry or in SSMS to clear it.



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I've looked, and found nothing either Sad



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