SQL Document Shortcut Keys

Use following shortcut keys when working with an SQL document or stored procedure.

Shortcut Keys Action Where is used
F5 Execute a query associated wih the current document. SQL Editor, Query Builder
F8 Execute the current statement. SQL Editor
Ctrl+SHIFT+Up Arrow Previous SQL statement from history. SQL Editor
Ctrl+SHIFT+Down Arrow Next SQL statement from history. SQL Editor
Ctrl+Alt+H Open SQL History dialog. SQL Editor
Ctrl+SHIFT+P Edit parameters. SQL Editor
Ctrl+J List members. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, L List members. SQL Editor
Ctrl+SPACE Complete word. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, W Complete word. SQL Editor
Ctrl+Right Arrow Complete word. SQL Editor
Ctrl+SHIFT+SPACE Parameter information. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, P Parameter information. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+X Insert snippets. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, I Display quick information. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+I Display quick information. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, C Comment selection. SQL Editor
Ctrl+K, U Uncomment selection. SQL Editor
Ctrl+M, M Toggle outlining expansion. SQL Editor
Ctrl+M, L Toggle all outlining. SQL Editor
Ctrl+M, P Stop outlining. SQL Editor
F12 Go to Definition. SQL Editor
Ctrl+R Hide/Show additional document views. SQL Editor
Ctrl+L Delete the current code line and copy it to clipboard. SQL Editor

These shortcuts are default shortcuts. All shortcuts can be customized.