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Running T-SQL statements in SQL Management console

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I'm using the SQL management console to have a GUI on an SQL Server 2005 database.  I would like to run some T-SQL commands eg. ALTER TABLE.... directly in a window in the GUI and see any errors generated.
How do I do it simply ?
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Question by:AndyAinscow
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just press ctrl + N this will open the query analyser window
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