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Cool Generate new query 2008

Hi all!
Can somebody help me with one thing in sql 2008 r2? In visual basic 2008 I've used a .mdf file and generating a new query asked me to give a name to a query and after automacally new query was generated and the code appeared in the code page! Now I have .odb and when I go to generate the new query it's not the same thing! My question is it possible to do the same thing in Visual studio 2010 with .odb file?
Thanx all!
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