Customize SSMS query window for standard comment block and frequently used commands


As a best practice, most companies follow a standard comment format at the beginning of stored procedures and functions. In addition, it is also a good idea to include comments in all scripts you write even if they are just save as .sql or .txt files.  Manually we often add a standard comment block to the header of our scripts using copy and paste, but in this tip we look at how to automate adding a standard comment block for every set of code we write using SSMS.



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