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MSSQL 2014 Returning GUID on Insert via Stored Procedure

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Last Modified: 2016-08-25
I was wondering what i need to do to get the just inserted GUID from a new Record.
My table has a guid column which has a default value of NewID() . Below is my stored
Procedure. If i can insert just fine but dont get the GUID back

CREATE PROCEDURE tbl_Address_INS
(
	@Guid uniqueidentifier OUTPUT,
	@Version                            smallint,
	@CustomerId                         varchar(15),
	@CustomerName                       nchar(32),
	@CreatedOn                          datetime,
	@CreatedBy                          nchar(10)
)
AS
	INSERT INTO dbo.tbl_Address	(
		Version,
		CustomerId,
		CustomerName,
		CreatedOn,
		CreatedBy)
	VALUES	
	(
		@Version,
		@CustomerId,
		@CustomerName,
		@CreatedOn,
		@CreatedBy
	)

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