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How to create a stored procedure in sql 2005?

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Hi, In MS SQL Server Management Studio, I clicked File and New but it only offer to create Query.  
1.  How can I create a stored procedure?  Do I just type Create Procedure in the Query editor?
2.  How do I name the stored proecude?  Internet example of dbo.xxxx.  Do I use my login-name.procedure-name?  Or can I just give it a prcedure name like MyProcedure?

Thank you.
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create procedure YOURPROCEDURENAME
as

print 'This is your procedure'

-- do stuff here
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>Do I just type Create Procedure in the Query editor?
yes

or

go to the database, choose the programmability -> stored procedure, and right-click and choose "new" there.
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Yeah, but I can only save it as a query when I click to save it in the query editor though.
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