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    Roger Wiles Guest

    Query Analyzer Options


    When in Query Analyzer, I start a New Query, click on Current Connections
    Options and under the Advanced Tab, I select Right Align numerics. How can
    I keep this option (Right Align numerics) set for all New Queries selected.
    I always want my numeric right aligned. Can this option be set as a default
    in some way. We use SQL Server 7. Thanks...Roger

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    Gert E.R. Drapers Guest

    Re: Query Analyzer Options

    You can not in 7.0, the 2000 version will persist these settings, but that
    option will never apply to the results grid.
    -GertD

    "Roger Wiles" <rwiles@daodas.state.sc.us> wrote in message
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    >
    > When in Query Analyzer, I start a New Query, click on Current Connections
    > Options and under the Advanced Tab, I select Right Align numerics. How

    can
    > I keep this option (Right Align numerics) set for all New Queries

    selected.
    > I always want my numeric right aligned. Can this option be set as a

    default
    > in some way. We use SQL Server 7. Thanks...Roger
    >



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    Rob Vieira Guest

    Re: Query Analyzer Options

    You got the answer from the master himself - Gert's the man!


    --
    Rob Vieira MCSD, MCT, MCDBA
    www.ProfessionalSQL.com

    "Roger Wiles" <rwiles@daodas.state.sc.us> wrote in message
    news:3a6f2eba$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > When in Query Analyzer, I start a New Query, click on Current Connections
    > Options and under the Advanced Tab, I select Right Align numerics. How

    can
    > I keep this option (Right Align numerics) set for all New Queries

    selected.
    > I always want my numeric right aligned. Can this option be set as a

    default
    > in some way. We use SQL Server 7. Thanks...Roger
    >



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