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How to run SQL Script

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Experts- I am very new to SQL. I am running SQL 2005 and have been given a few query files (*.sql) to use to load a database for our location. How do I run these query files... I know... very basic I am sure
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open management studio and connect to your server and start a new query,you can go to file/open...
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