SQL Server Management Studio Tips – Part 4
|#57 [Ctrl]+[J] invokes statement completion||This works best when using aliases.|
|#59 Resize the Statement Completion Window||A handy way to see more items where vertical size is persisted.|
|#61 Presenters Must Read .. Increase the Editor Tooltip Font Size||This is something that I already have in my demo environment. It’s useful for people with old eyes as well.|
|#62 Display parameter info for a function||Using [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[SPACE] is very handy if you missed the parameter info the first time.|
|#64 Keyboard Shortcut to Display Quick Info Tooltip||In SSMS, the command is a little different. You need to use [CTRL]+[K], [CTRL]+[I]|
|#65 Edit.WordComplete via Intellisense||This is handy typing in column names without having to display the drop down list.
[CTRL]+[Space] or [ALT]+[RIGHT]
|#66 Using Quick find in the Current Document||Calls out how you can also dock the Find tool window.|
|#67 Search in hidden text in the editor||Something to remember if you get in the habit of collapsing statements.|
That’s all of Scott’s great tips that also apply to SSMS.