In query analyzer for Microsoft SQL 2000 you can search objects easily, just open Query Analyzer and press F4. In Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio for SQL 2005, this search functionality has been removed. (Microsoft said that nobody uses this function so it's useless), no comment for this reason. We need this functionality, so how to do it?
Lots of developers complain, that Microsoft SQL hasn't something similar to LIMIT(from, to) as MySQL has. In past time there was a solution by SELECT TOP n and inserted SELECT TOP n- With new T-SQL commands in Miscrosoft SQL Server 2005 is situation simpler.