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Show Hidden table in Access

Posted on 2004-08-20
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Hi,

I accidentally changed the property of one of my tables in Access to Hidden and now I have no idea how to "undo" that property because I can no longer see the table.  Advice?
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Jim Horn earned 50 total points
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Go to Tools : Options, View tab, and check the Hidden Objects table.   Then go into the Database Window, find your hidden table (it will look somewhat greyed), then right-click:Properties, and uncheck the Hidden checkbox.

Hope this helps.
-Jim
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Thank you!
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