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SQL Server Management Studio  'Edit Top n Rows' - Change query

Posted on 2014-02-19
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Is it possible to specify a query when selecting 'Edit Top 200 Rows' in management studio?
When you right click on a table and select 'Edit Top 200 Rows'
I want to manual edit 100 records but need to change the order.
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You can change the query used by clicking the "Show SQL Pane" button, or under the Query Designer menu.
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