dbForge SQL Complete keyboard shortcuts

dbForge SQL Complete

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
5 months ago
- Shortcuts

Move one item forward in the list of suggestions

Move one item back in the list of suggestions

Page Up

Scroll the list one page forward at a time

Page Down

Scroll the list one page backward at a time

⤶ Enter

Insert a highlighted suggestion into code


Closes the suggestion box without inserting any suggestion into code. If the suggestion box and/or parameter information hint is shown, the first pressing of Esc will close the hint first


Turn on the semi-transparent mode for the suggestion box and the parameter info hint

Ctrl + Space

Open the suggestion box

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Space

Show the hint with the info parameter for functions

Ctrl + K then D

Enables to format the entire document

Ctrl + K then F

Enables to format a selected code fragment

Ctrl + K then E

Enables execution of the current statement

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F10

Enables to execute SQL code located above the current cursor position


Enables to go to definition

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + R

Enables to refresh local cache

Ctrl + B then C

Insert missing semicolons in the code


Upon renaming an object, opens the Preview Changes - Rename dialog window to preview changes in the code

Ctrl + F10

Enables execution of current statement to cursor

Ctrl + Alt + H

Open the Execution History window

Alt + Z

Restore the last closed document

Ctrl + F12

Script object as CREATE/ALTER

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Program information

Program name: dbForge SQL Complete (Developer tools)

dbForge SQL Complete is an add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). It replaced integrated IntelliSense with more suited features for writing T-SQL queries.

Web page: https://www.devart.com/dbforge...

Shortcut count: 21

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