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Query results from Microsoft Sql Server Analyzer

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Hello,

I am trying to capture the results from a query and save them as text file.  But the only option I have as the RPT. and copying the results right from The results window kills my clip board.  Am I missing something other then my brain :-).

Thanks, Lucy
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In SSMS, click tools|options|query results|results to file
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From Query Analyzer:
Ctrl_Shift+F
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Actually strictly speaking that should have been:
Ctrl+Shift+F
F5
Ctrl+T
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I just saved the grid results as csv and then was able to export to excel.
Thank you both for your replies.

Lucy
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