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Make section lowercase keyboard shortcut is not working

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Hi Expert,
In MS SQL 2008-->Management Studio-->Query Analyzer,  Ctrl+Shift+U makes the remarked text uppercase no problem.
But Ctrl+U or Ctrl+Shift+L not working.

When I click on the menu link under Edit-->Advanced-->Make Lowercase(Ctrl+Shift+U), it's working.
When I click on the mhe menu link under Edit-->Advanced-->Make Uppercase(Ctrl+U), it's working.
Keyboard Shortcut "Ctrl+U" sends the focus to the "Available Databases" combobox.
Keyboard Shortcut "Ctrl+Shift+L" deteles the whole sql row.

Please tell me how can I lower the remaked text by a shortcut keyboard command.
Thanks,



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by:Raja Jegan R
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Select the required text in SSMS and then choose

Ctrl+Shift+U -> Uppercase
Ctrl+Shift+L -> Lowercase
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Go to Tools->Options... then Environment->Keyboard and press "Reset to Defaults" button. This operation should assign Ctrl+Shift+L back to Lowercase command.

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by:kosturdur
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Hi rrjegan17, mgrabarz

Ctrl+Shift+U -> Uppercase
Ctrl+Shift+L -> Lowercase --> doesn't work. It deletes the whole row in the sql statement

Go to Tools->Options... then Environment->Keyboard and press "Reset to Defaults" button. This operation should assign Ctrl+Shift+L back to Lowercase command.
In this parameter tab when I press "Reset to Defaults" button nothing changes.
In this parameter tab when I choose "Keyboard Sheme" as SQL Server 2000 then Ctrl+Shift+L works but this time the other MS SQL 2008 shortcut keys changed to SQL Server 2000.

Is there another way?






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I increase the points
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by:kosturdur
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In my next try everything worked fine.
Thanks,
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by:mgrabarz
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Just tested "reset" solution on 3 separate installations of SSMS.
Initially Ctrl+Shift+L shortcut deletes row,  when pressed Reset button, then OK  and tried it again on query window it worked.

According to MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174205.aspx) both schemes use the same shortcut for Lowercase command and I guess your "Standard" settings are altered.
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by:Raja Jegan R
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>> Ctrl+Shift+U -> Uppercase
Ctrl+Shift+L -> Lowercase --> doesn't work.

Seems like you have changed the default settings in SSMS and hence Reset to Defaults would have worked..
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