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SSRS: Data Set Query Designer

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I know there are three ways to view a query in SSRS but I like the Query Designer set to "Edit as text" The only bad thing is that is always shows the top two or three lines of the SQL Query and the majority of the screen is taken up with the blank result set.

Is there a way to get the area with the SQL Query to take up more space by default?
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Having run some searches through the registry and the 12,700-odd files in a SQL Server installation, my best guess is to go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\ManagementStudio\Extensions\Application\SqlDbTools.pkgdef and look there (or in one of the other .pkgdef files) and see if it points you to the right place in the registry.

Good luck!!

hth

Mike
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PS I almost forgot! Look here for more info about config files:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms155866.aspx
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Thank you for your feedback, I don't want to mess with the registry.
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