More SSMS Tips

Wayne Sheffield continues his series on SSMS tips and has four new posts for us.

Check out his posts on pinned tabs, easily opening or copying query file paths, template variables, and map mode:

Have you ever had a long script that you are trying to scroll through? Do you wish that you could see a preview of the scroll area to easily see what section you are in? Well, starting in SSMS 2016, you can. Just right-click the vertical scroll bar, and select “Scroll Bar Options…”

Of the four, map mode is my favorite.  It’s extremely helpful when going through large files.

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