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In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy result

In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy result

In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy result

In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy results without headers. I have checked the settings in Options>Query Results; Results to Grid and Results to Text both have the 'Include column headers in the results set' unticked. Despite this when I right click on the results pane and just choose Copy I still get the headers, makes no difference. A small but very irritating niggle. Ideas welcome.

RE: In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy result

In the results window, click the box in the upper left corner highlighting all results, right click on the results within the window, and then select save results as and you're set!! I select csv and it works every time.

RE: In TSQL 2008 R2 I can't copy result

Also in the preview before publishing you may not be able to copy results, once it is published it can be exported to a CSV file.

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