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How to Find Hidden View in Designer

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Hi folks,

I'm going through an inherited template and is unable to locate a view that the frameset is set to open.  the view is ($view).. Is there any way to search for view that maybe hidden even from designer?  Thanks.  
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All views should show up in designer.

You can see hidden views in the Notes client by pressing

Ctrl-Shift  while opening the DB. That may give you the view anme.

I hope this helps !
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cool. so it's similar to access.. but I also goofed, it ended up being a folder not a view :-)...  Thank you for quick response as always though.  

No worries, I have another question that I can't seem to find on the forum right now.  
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