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How to get a Query description from code?

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How to get a Query description from code?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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try this function

Function GetQryDefDesc(ByVal sQryDef As String) As String
   Dim db   As Object
   Dim Qdef As Object

   Set db = CurrentDb
   On Error Resume Next
   Set Qdef = db.QueryDefs(sQryDef)
   If Err Then
      MsgBox "Could not access " & sQryDef
      Exit Function
   End If

   GetQryDefDesc = Qdef.Properties("Description")
   If Err Then
      GetQryDefDesc = ""
   End If
   On Error GoTo 0
   Set Qdef = Nothing
   Set db = Nothing
End Function
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