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Query Design slower in 2010 than 2003 - Sulution?

Posted on 2013-06-02
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I like tools that are fast - I could have a whole discussion on what MS took out of 2003 when making 2010 (don't get me started on renaming objects.)

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Is there a way to be sitting on a table/query - click a button (doing it in code is OK) and creating a new query that is sitting in design view ready for me to work with?

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In 2003 I could be sitting on a table or query in the database window or an open table or query click a new Query button and I had a query (in design view - ready to work with) sitting in front of me with the source being the table/query I was sitting on.  This speeded up my work.

In 2010 it appears the best I can do when sitting on a table/query is 5 steps instead of 1
     1) Query Wizard
     2) Simple Query Wizard (OK)
     3) Add 1 field
     4) Finished button
     5) Design View

Thanks in advance for any help.
LJG
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Not quite the same as 2003 but you can still skip other steps by selecting QueryDesign (the icon beside QueryWizard) and double-clicking on your table in the list that comes up.

Additionally, you can just ignore the list of tables that comes up and just drag tables and/or queries from the Navigation Pane to the blank QBE box.
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