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I am using SQL Server 2008 , Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.When creating new Query I have available Diagram pane, Grid pane,SQL pane and Result pane.
After I run query Diagram pane and Grid Pane disappear. If I want to add or remove table,add or remove fields I need to do it in SQL pane.
Is it possible keep or retrieve diagram pane and grid pane after query is run.
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If you right-click in the SQL Pane, you should get a popup menu with ""Pane" as one of the options.  That will open up an additional popup where you can activate the other panes.
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