How to get the Size of all tables in a SQL Server ?

Published on August 25, 2016 by abundantcode

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In SQL Server 2014 Management Studio , you can get the size of all tables in a SQL Server from the Object explorer details window.

How to get the Size of all tables in a SQL Server ?

1. In SQL Management Studio 2014 , navigate to the Object explorer details screen from View -> Object explorer details menu or by simply pressing the F7 shortcut key.

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2. Select Tables from object explorer details.

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3. In the details screen , right click on the header and select the columns that are related to the size.

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Simple trick isn;t it ?

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