In Query Analyzer (SQL 2K), with multiple results sets, can the grids display in separate tabs like in SQL 7

In SQL 7, when there were multple result sets returned in grid format, each grid was a separate tab.  (There was a limit of something like 10 result sets that could be displayed this way.)

In SQL 2K, all the grids get stacked in a single "grids" tab.  It seems that this accommodates more results sets but the navigation is far more cumbersome.

Is there a way to seeing SQL 7 like behavior?

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Short answer: No.

Long answer: I checked various sites and went through the QA setup and there is nothing that allows you to set multiple tabs instead of one hunk of results.

I downloaded a 3rd party program, ApexSQL Edit, that gives me the "older" tab results. I bought this one after using it for 20 days. A nice replacement for QA.

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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>Is there a way to seeing SQL 7 like behavior?<<
Not the answer to you question, but check out Tabbed mode (instead of Splitter mode)
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