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hello:

could some expert here tell where are the sql interface and import data interface in MS SQL 2005  server management studio?

thanks very much!

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Question by:lilyyan
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right click on the database, select tasks, then IMport.  From there a wizard will guide you.
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By "SQL interface" I assume you mean query editor.  If you have a server or database highlighted, you should have a new query button below "File" in the menu bar.
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Also, make sure you're using the "real" Management Studio, and not the one from the Express Edition
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graye:

What if that's all (s)he has access to?
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