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SQL 2008R2 and 2012 SSMS:  Is the Intellisense customizable?

Posted on 2013-12-31
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Every time I type ... the Intellisense ends up writing ...

   as           ASCII
   date       DATEADD
   id            IDENTITY

Kind of annoying.

Thanks.
Jimid
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.. looking ... Hmm, was hoping for more choices.    

I'll have to look at Red Gate SQL Prompt, or any other third party tool.
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Haven't heard anything, so that must be the answer.
I'm also going to download SQL Prompt and give it a trial run.

Thanks Guy.  
Jim
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