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Need help to unhide a report in Access

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I have a Access database that I designed.  I went into the properties of a report and checked the hidden box.  How do I get this report back in view?  Thanks~
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Do you mean though VBA?

Reports!rptReportName.Visible = true
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Tools -- > Options --> View -- > Hidden objects!

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