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SQL Server Management Studio Create local database on desktop

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Hi

I have SQL Server Management Studio 2008 installed on my desk top
I use it to connect to cloud SQL databases on my service providers servers
I want to create a local database on my desktop. Is that possible?

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absolutely :)

here is a step by step process
doesnt matter what version you are using :)

http://mrbool.com/creating-databases-using-sql-server-management-studio-express/4672

or if you like it televised...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKWZZcrin5I
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Thanks very much
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no problem happy Coding :)
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