More Keyboard Shortcuts

Andy Mallon has a great shortcuts cheat sheet for SQL Server Management Studio and SQL Operations Studio:

Nearly two year ago, I first published my Shortcuts cheat sheet. Since then, thousands of people have downloaded it. I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t expect it to be as much of a hit as it has been. When I give my one-hour talk in person, I bring card stock handouts of my cheat sheets, too. I also ask people for their favorite shortcuts, and I’ve learned some great new hidden gems.

I’ve been working on some updates, and the updated version is ready to go. I’ve added a bunch more shortcuts, and even added shortcuts for SQL Operations StudioIt’s two pages now, for double the fun!

That’s great stuff.  Learning these keyboard shortcuts will provide a nice marginal benefit to your productivity.

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