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I am using Access 2003 and I need to edit an entry in the msysqueries table.  How can I do that?
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Options, View tab, check system objects.
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Sorry: That should be Tools, Options, View tab, check system objects. Be very careful with changes to any of these tables. Make a backup first or you may lose your database.
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I already have that setting.  I can see it, but I can't change it.
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Check Security tab in Tools - User and Group permissions. When you list tables, and check MSSysQuery you have to have update, insert, and delete permissions.
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Well, we're on the same wave-length.  I've already done that, too, but I still can't make any changes to the msysqueries table.
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Never mind.  I fixed it myself.
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How? That is what this is all about.
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I opened a new database.  Imported and/or linked all my tables, queries, forms and macros and everything was straightened out.  The corruption in the msys files were cleaned-up with the new database.
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Thanks for answering. Have a good one.
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