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  • I have Visual Studio 2013 installed
  • I have downloaded all documentation I need installed via visual studio. I can open it with the command

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Help Viewer\v2.1\HlpViewer.exe" /catalogName VisualStudio12 /locale en-US /sku 3000 /launchingApp Microsoft,VisualStudio,12.0 /manage

And it works fine, but in SSMS, I want to be able to use the SHIFT + F1 shortcut to open local documentation quickly. (select keyword and press SHIFT + F1 to open it)

I have SSMS 2014, if I select a SQL keyword and press SHIFT + F1, I get an error that says that I don't have local documentation, it is also trying to open Help Viewer 1.0 instead of 2.1. I want to know what I have to do to make SHITSHIFT + F1 open sql documentation in SSMS 2014.

  • I have Visual Studio 2013 installed
  • I have downloaded all documentation I need installed via visual studio. I can open it with the command

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Help Viewer\v2.1\HlpViewer.exe" /catalogName VisualStudio12 /locale en-US /sku 3000 /launchingApp Microsoft,VisualStudio,12.0 /manage

And it works fine, but in SSMS, I want to be able to use the SHIFT + F1 shortcut to open local documentation quickly. (select keyword and press SHIFT + F1 to open it)

I have SSMS 2014, if I select a SQL keyword and press SHIFT + F1, I get an error that says that I don't have local documentation, it is also trying to open Help Viewer 1.0 instead of 2.1. I want to know what I have to do to make SHIT + F1 open sql documentation in SSMS 2014.

  • I have Visual Studio 2013 installed
  • I have downloaded all documentation I need installed via visual studio. I can open it with the command

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Help Viewer\v2.1\HlpViewer.exe" /catalogName VisualStudio12 /locale en-US /sku 3000 /launchingApp Microsoft,VisualStudio,12.0 /manage

And it works fine, but in SSMS, I want to be able to use the SHIFT + F1 shortcut to open local documentation quickly. (select keyword and press SHIFT + F1 to open it)

I have SSMS 2014, if I select a SQL keyword and press SHIFT + F1, I get an error that says that I don't have local documentation, it is also trying to open Help Viewer 1.0 instead of 2.1. I want to know what I have to do to make SHIFT + F1 open sql documentation in SSMS 2014.

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Microsoft Help Viewer in ssms 2014 doesn't open local documentation

  • I have Visual Studio 2013 installed
  • I have downloaded all documentation I need installed via visual studio. I can open it with the command

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Help Viewer\v2.1\HlpViewer.exe" /catalogName VisualStudio12 /locale en-US /sku 3000 /launchingApp Microsoft,VisualStudio,12.0 /manage

And it works fine, but in SSMS, I want to be able to use the SHIFT + F1 shortcut to open local documentation quickly. (select keyword and press SHIFT + F1 to open it)

I have SSMS 2014, if I select a SQL keyword and press SHIFT + F1, I get an error that says that I don't have local documentation, it is also trying to open Help Viewer 1.0 instead of 2.1. I want to know what I have to do to make SHIT + F1 open sql documentation in SSMS 2014.