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Getting the grid back

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Well, I haven't tried it in 2014 but CTRL+D works in 2008R2 so I went for it and got it right.

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Worst. Question. Ever.

Now I know that you toggle results to text with a simple CTRL-T. I also know that CTRL-G is going to bring up a goto line number prompt.

So it leaves me with the remaining 2 options; of which I was fairly certain CTRL-SHIFT-D will bring up the dependency viewer. This leaves CTRL-D.

I opened up SSMS, toggled results to text, ran the query. then hit the ol' CTRL-D...nothing happened. Results are still going to text. Hit CTRL-SHIFT-D, dependency viewer popped up.

What am I missing here? I am curious now as to how you can actually achieve this, because not one of the shortcuts listed on msdn, or this question accomplish the task.
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Koen Verbeeck (5/16/2014)
Richard Warr (5/16/2014)
Easy one, thanks.


You have the only working copy of SQL Server 2012 where CTRL+SHIFT+D actually does something?


+1

Not suggesting anything but I see a lot of these Point Gatherer answers.
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Richard Warr (5/16/2014)
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Koen Verbeeck (5/16/2014)
Richard Warr (5/16/2014)
Easy one, thanks.


You have the only working copy of SQL Server 2012 where CTRL+SHIFT+D actually does something?


Maybe he's running SQL Server 2012 QOTD Edition? ;-)


No, I'd noticed that the thread didn't have any "Easy one" posts so thought I'd better put one in :-)


+1

Good Answer. Ignore my other comment on "Easy One"
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