add new stored proc to the existing .edmx file c#

After I used...

Add/New Item/ on the project gives me to add ADO.NET Entity Data Model and saved it as MyDatabase.edmx,

I have new stored procedures created.

Question: How can I add the new stored procs to the existing .edmx?

BTW, when I right-click on MyDatabase.edmx, there is no update option (vs 2010).

What menu option do I need to follow?

Thank you.
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Jeroen TimmermansCommented:
Open the EDMX-file (double click in the solution explorer), right click somewhere on the background, select update. Be sure to check the box next the 'Stored Procedures' in the wizard.

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
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