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How to define a keyboard shortcut for Object Explorer Details

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Is it possible to define a one keyboard shortcut for Object Explorer Details in Management Studio 2005?
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qasim_md earned 167 total points
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It is already defined the shortcut is F7 key.
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qasim_md: F7 is for 2008 and not for 2005 version.
pdd1lan: no answer found on your links.
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by:qasim_md
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sorry buddy... I think Microsoft missed it out in SQL 2005 Release. You can notify and ask for a patch.
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by:mordi
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Sure, Microsoft's answer will be: upgrade to 2008 :)
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If I am not mistaken, the shortcut for Object Explorer is F8 in SQL 2005 version.
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by:mordi
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kumarnimavat:: Shortcut for Object Explorer Details is my question
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by:kumarnimavat
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I am sorry I thought it to be object explorer.

In case of Object Explorer Details, I guess user qasim_md is correct. I am able to open the Object Explorer Details page using F7 in sql server 2005


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by:mordi
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It is not available on my Management Studio. May be you have applied some  patch to it.
My version is :9.00.4035.00
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by:kumarnimavat
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My version is Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 9.00.1399.00


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I do not think I have applied any patch for sql
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by:mordi
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It is a  lower version than mine. May be this feature become not working after sp1.
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by:kumarnimavat
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yes that maybe the reason.
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by:mordi
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It must be a fix to this problem. I suppose that I am not the first that found it ain't I?
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Please refund the points because I didn't get the answer
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Please refund the points because I didn't get the answer
I am afraid you did get an answer here http:#a35188918 

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