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Valgardur
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Post by Valgardur » Fri 20 Apr 2012 10:13

How can I define Ctrl-E to Execute my current SQL editor statement? I already asked in an e-mail and the information given do not work as Ctrl-E expects a second key..

alexa
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Post by alexa » Fri 20 Apr 2012 10:51

Once you reassign the key combination for the 'Sql.ExecuteCurrent' command, a second key is not required for Ctrl-E.

Please also make sure you select 'Text Editor' from the 'Use new shortcut in' dropdown list prior to reassigning the key combination for the 'Sql.ExecuteCurrent' command.

Please try to perform the steps below once again:

1. Select 'Tools -> Options' from the main menu. The 'Options' window opens.
2. Navigate to the 'Environment -> Keyboard' branch.
3. Type 'Sql.ExecuteCurrent' in the 'Show Commands Containing' field.
4. Find and select the 'Sql.ExecuteCurrent' item in the list below.
5. Select 'Text Editor' from the 'Use new shortcut in' dropdown list.
6. Set the focus in the 'Press shortcut keys' field.
7. Press the new key combination for the command. This key combination will be displayed.
8. Click the 'Assign' button.
9. Click 'OK'.

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