Is it possible to arrange queries in a database into folders?

We have several queries that are all one topic. Instead of have a list a mile long with everything jumbled together, can you arrange them into folders?
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
Hi cozmo_troll,

In the database window, below the 'Objects' (tables, queries, etc.) look at 'Groups'.  Do a right-click:New group below the Groups title, then you can create 'folders' and store shortcuts for any table, query, etc. you wish into them.

Hope this helps.

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Not that I'm aware of.

Here's an idea, though: rename your queries by putting the topic name at the beginning.  Access sorts your queries in alphabetical order, so by doing this it will rearrange your queries by topic.  Does that make sense?
>> Not that I'm aware of.

Guess I need to make myself more aware of things.  :)
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just a fyi...Jim's solution doesn't work in A97...if you're using A97 John has the best idea (and it's a good idea in any case)

Thanks Jim... I subscribed to see, and didn't know that was possible ^^
cozmo_trollAuthor Commented:

Will this mess up any of the links to reports?
Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
Their use/non-use in Groups has no effect on their functionality anywhere in your app.  All you're doing is arranging shortcuts.
cozmo_trollAuthor Commented:
Ok, seems to work. Thanks!
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