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Management Studio, CREATE TABLE command > to > GUI Interface?

Posted on 2007-04-02
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Hi,

I'm use the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2005 SP2 (9.00.3042.00) Updated recently...

Before (with 9.00.1399.00) When I'm in the Object Explorer, and I going to modify a table, by right-click ; Modify,  that open a gui interface... Now with the new version that open a SQL code interface (SQLQuery1.sql) with CREATE TABLE command...
How I can return with the GUI interface?

Thank you very much
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hi,

there's no "modify" in the context menu when you right-click. I presume you mean "edit"?
Anyway, if you select the option below: "Design", you will get the GUI.

Hope this helps.

Best Regards,

David
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by:samphi
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Haaa!

Thank you very much...
I'm working on the french version of Studio, On the french version the option below is "Création" (mean "Create" instead of "design") ... I have that GUI...

There's an error of translation of Msft.... And I did't look at all the options attentively, oops...

Thank you very much
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