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Extract Sql server tables structure (One image by table)

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Hi,
do you know a tool to extract Sql server tables structure (One image by table).
I can create one, but if a tool already exist, i don't want to recreate the wheel.

Thank !
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by:Jared_S
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SQL Server Management Studio has that built in. Just open your database, go do Database Diagrams, and then add the table you want to see.

Right click on the title bar of the image to change the view (add/remove data types, etc)
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by:raymmich1981
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Thank for you solution, but i already know this procedure.
But, it to long, i want one image by table, with this solution i have to print screen each tables one by one.

My database have 150 tables...

Thank for you help.
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Just take it a step further to create a diagram of your entire database.

Select all of the tables then click Add to add them all at once.

Then within the diagram, right click and select "Copy diagram to Clipboard".

You can paste the image wherever you please.
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by:raymmich1981
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Thank, it will do it !
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