How to Disable Intellisence in SSMS

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How to Disable Intellisence in SSMS

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Added by April 30, 2014

Though Intellisence is usually a very nice feature to have when working in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), it can sometimes get in the way. Here’s how you can disable it if you ever feel the need to:

1.   From the Tools menu, select Options.

SQL Server - How to Disable Intellisence in SSMS

2.   Select the Text Editor option on the left. Unless you are using a SSMS version prior to 2012, select also the All Languages option under that. Then look for the Auto list members checkbox.

Options How to Disable Intellisence in SSMS

3.   Remove the checkmark in the Auto list members checkbox, click OK, and you’re done!

 

Enjoy!

 
Peter Avila
SQL Server Instructor – Interface Technical Training
Phoenix, AZ

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