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Is there a good tool for managing Microsoft SQL CE (SDF) files? For creating, altering them?

I once used SQL Server Management Studio 2008 to create them, but after I upgraded to 2012 this feature is absent and I don't want to install legacy software. Even managing with Management Studio 2008, I was unable to alter created tables and there were much more limitations. And now I need to know if is there a third-party management tool which manages SDF files, to create, alter and manage them. I know that Visual Studio might work but a standalone tool is prefered.
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Hi  tatac,

I haven't tried it myself, but this might be useful:

Graphical Tools for SQL Server CE 4.0
http://www.mikeborozdin.com/post/Graphical-Tools-for-SQL-Server-CE-40.aspx
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