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I have a stored procedure that I created with SQL and saved in an Access 2000 mdb.  This is with VB 6.

Eg.  adodc1.command1.commandtext = "CREATE PROCEDURE SP_1(nID Long) AS UPDATE Table1 SET Field2 = 1 where Field1 = nID"

I've executed the command and the stored procedure works.  Further, I can see SP_1 listed under Stored Procedures in a Data Environment Connections in the Data View window.  My problem is that I cannot remove this stored procedure.  It isn't visible in Access 2000 like it would be in SQL Server.  I can't seem to delete it from the Data View window in the VB IDE, either.

Any ideas on how to get rid of it now that it is there?  Thanks in advance!

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