"When you start the MySQL Query Browser, a dialog box asks you
all the basic information about the MySQL Server that you want to
connect to. After the connection has been established you are
presented with a workspace window that lets you do things like
create a new schema, add tables to it, enter and query data, export
the query results, run SQL scripts.
"The Query Browser window is divided into three distinct areas.
A sidebar on the right contains several tabs in two rows that let
you view things like schemas, tables, bookmarks, and history, and
provide a reference section for SQL syntax. The Query Window at the
top is where you enter your SQL queries. The major part of the
screen is occupied by an area where you open tabs for new queries,
new SQL scripts, and new result sets."
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