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    I long for this feature to come back ever since it was taken away in SQL 2008. Why can you Modify a stored proc with one click or anything else with one click EXCEPT a View. MS Response: As designed. Whatever!

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    I noticed the Tab History that you can rename closed tabs. It would be great if one could rename open tabs. I am constantly flipping between tabs thinking Query1 is the one where I querried table A, Query6 was the one where I updated reference table B. etc etc,,, It's a total pain.

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    Every time I use "Script Object As ALTER, I think "man, that would be a great thing to have the USE <current database>
    GO
    statements at the top of the script"

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    Robert commented  · 

    I agree! I am always adding a USE statement to the top so I can quicky update another database.

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