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How to change default right click CREATE NEW STORED PROCEDURE template in SQL Server 2005

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I was beating my head trying to figure out how to change the right click menu option "Create New Stored Procedure" - I created a new template in the template explorer, but the right click menu wouldn't use it.  The solutions is to save your new template in the following location:

F:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Tools\Binn\VSShell\Common7\IDE\sqlworkbenchprojectitems\Sql\Stored Procedure\Create Stored Procedure (New Menu).sql

Where "F" is the drive you installed SQL Server 2005 to.
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right click from what place? what is your goal?

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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179334.aspx
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That only shows how to create a template, not overwrite the built in templates used in the right click menu.  By right click, I meant when you right click on Stored Procedures in the Server explorer and select New Stored Procedure
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