SQL Server is still the heavyweight—the juggernaut of enterprise-grade database management systems. If your organization is storing and managing your customer data with SQL Server and SQL Server Management Studio, and you’re the one driving the bus, chances are you could use a little help. Welcome to the world of SQL shortcuts. We took to the blog world to find some of the best, most cleverly crafted, and most time-saving SQL Server shortcuts.
It presents an extensive list of keyboard shortcuts for SQL Server 2017 and SQL Server 2008 R2. Many are the same for both versions, but there are some subtle differences. Some of the shortcuts are Display the Query Designer, which is CTRL+SHIFT+Q for both versions; Display the Add New Item dialog box to add a new file to the current project, which is CTRL+SHIFT+A for both versions, and Move to the next tool window, which is ALT+F6 for both versions or F6 in the Database Engine Query Editor in SQL Server 2017.
The list includes:
This nicely organized, categorized, and alphabetized list presents a handful of shortcuts that will save you tons of time. Here are just a few:
Posted by Lafe Low on 10/11/2017 at 12:43 PM