Use the Select Objects dialog box to add an object to a list in another dialog box. The dialog box title and the options available in the dialog box depend upon how it was opened. Only available options appear; for instance, only logins are available when you are selecting an owner for a new object.
Displays a list of the types of which the objects to be selected belong. The types include Microsoft SQL Server level and database level principals and securables. This box is populated from the selections made from the Select Object Types dialog box, accessed from the Objects Type button.
Enter the object names to select
Enter a semicolon-separated list of names of the objects to be selected. Objects to be selected must be of a type listed in the Select these object types box. Objects can be selected from a list accessed by clicking the Browse button.
Displays a list of object types. Select one or more by selecting the check box corresponding to the type.
Validates the object names in the Enter the object names to select box. If an object name that is not valid is listed, the Name not Found dialog box is presented. With this dialog box, the name can be corrected or removed from the list of objects to select.
Presents the Browse for Objects dialog box. This contains a list of objects of the types listed in the Select These Object Types box. Select objects from this list by selecting the corresponding check boxes.