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Finding unused objects in MS Access Database

Posted on 2004-09-25
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Is there a tool that will look for unused forms, reports, tables, etc..?

I have a database that is quite large, FE/BE Split, but I am certain I have forms and other objects that are not being used.  Is there some detection tool that will find objects that are not referenced by any other object?

I am trying to clean this up, and reduce overhead.
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Hello toverholt,

See if this is what you want (I have not used it and have no connection with the company)

http://www.fmsinc.com/Products/analyzer/

Pete
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