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  1. 28 votes
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    CW commented  · 

    Sorry, my comment should say "This is *not* quite what the OP asked for..."

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    CW commented  · 

    These are all very good ideas.

    This is quite what the OP asked for, but there is an "SQL View" button available for the Quick Access toolbar. File > Options > Quick Access Toolbar > Select "All Commands" > Find "SQL View" alphabetically in list > Double-click "SQL View" to add to Quick Access Toolbar. Once this button is added to the QAT, you can select any query in the Nav Pane and then click the button to open it directly in SQL view (assuming the QAT is visible). Alternately, you can use the keyboard shortcut Alt + V + Q (assuming full shortcut menus are enabled).

    However, including an "SQL view" option in the right-click context menu for queries would be fantastic.

  2. 15 votes
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    I agree that true should be the default, if only to save novice developers from themselves. Developing without Option Explicit is a very, very bad idea.

  4. 7 votes
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    I agree this would be very helpful. Currently my workaround is to declare a string in every sub/function with the name of the sub/function. The string is then incorporated into any error messages displayed by the error handler. This works but it rather cumbersome to develop and maintain.

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    Yes, this would help so much with code review and debugging.

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