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Default Move objects from ER Source Model to Database Mode

I created objects in ER Source Model and realized after I was done I can't generate a database unless I was in Database Modeling Diagram.

I tried to move ER Source Model Tables into Database Modeling Diagram by copy and pasting. This act didn't bring the tables objects. What is the best way to move all objects from ER Source Model to Modeling Diagram?
Thank you.

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