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SQL Server: Closing the SMSS Properties window

Chacham (981) writes | more than 4 years ago

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SQL Server Management Studio (Express) uses the hotkey [F4] to open the properties dialog, but not to close it.

I added a suggestion on Microsoft Connect to make [F4] a toggle.

Syed Mehroz Alam posted a workaround of [Alt]-[W] + [H] to hide the window.

SQL Server Management Studio (Express) uses the hotkey [F4] to open the properties dialog, but not to close it.

I added a suggestion on Microsoft Connect to make [F4] a toggle.

Syed Mehroz Alam posted a workaround of [Alt]-[W] + [H] to hide the window.

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