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can't edit tables in 2012 - basic question

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I used to be able to open a table in 2008 and edit the records, but I can't do that in 2012.  I get an error.

How do I add a basic record using query window?

table called Table1
Column called Col1
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HuaMinChen earned 1000 total points
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Use SS management studio to edit the table in SS 2012, and ensure you've been granted with the proper privileges to do that.

For instance, within SSMS, you can

Right-click the table > EDit top 200 rows

to edit the records.
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I found that the error was something else.

Thanks!
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