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Default Zoom for Query Editor Window

Posted on 2013-12-04
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I want the default zoom in my query editor window to always be 85%.  So every time I open a new one, it's at 85% and every time I modify a Stored Procedure it will be 85%.  I just want 85% everywhere, all the time ;)

Could someone help me with this.  I poked around and couldn't find anything.

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Mmm... well, this is not a full solution but it could be an approach... why don't you change the editor font?

Tools - Options - Fonts and Colors - Size

Then, you will always use that size
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Not a bad idea.  I wish I could use the zoom as it seems to give finer grain control, but that definitely worked.

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