The SQL syntax has been verified against the data source

In order to edit result panel in SQL 2005 I have been run a query by
1: From the Object Explorer, I expand the database containing the AllIndividuals table
2. expand the tables folder
3. right-click on the table
4. select Open table
5.  then click on the SQL Pane icon.

It works all the time. However, today when I click on the SQL pane icone, it shows me this message
"The SQL syntax has been verified against the data source". what's wrong?

Thanks,
wanshu

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Steve HoggITCommented:
That is the correct response from the SQL Syntax Icon.
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Steve HoggITCommented:
Are you trying to open a query?
syntax-tools.bmp
syntax-icon-msgbox.bmp
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Steve HoggITCommented:
Click on the WHITE box with the words SQL in it to open a query, not the YELLOW.
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