Closing SSMS Tabs

Andy Mallon shows how to close a tab in SSMS and change the shortcut value:

CTRL + F4

Huzzah! This will close your query tab! Easy as pie. Also, note that CTRL+F4 is a pretty universal shortcut that works to close tabs/windows in other applications, too–including your favorite web browser. If you can switch your muscle memory away from CTRL+W to CTRL+F4, you can use that shortcut pretty much everywhere.

Click through for more information on changing shortcuts.

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