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Access Class Objects missing from Object Browser in VB Editor

I'm trying to add code to forms in an existing access db.  I open the VB editor and look in the object browser and don't see any of the DB objects.  How can i get these into the object browser?

I attached a screen shot of a DB that has the Class Objects and the DB where it's missing.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database ArchitectCommented:
You mean the Project Explorer right, not the Object Browser ?

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dschrishuhnAuthor Commented:
yes, project explorer not object browser.  Sorry about that.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database ArchitectCommented:
Click the + sign at the top ... where it says Microsoft Office Access Class Objects.

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dschrishuhnAuthor Commented:
Microsoft Office Access Class Objects is not there.    In my Screenshot, I'm working with the 2nd project, Called "Project1".  How can I get the "Microsoft Office Access Class Objects" folder there?  The database has several forms.


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dschrishuhnAuthor Commented:
To get the form in the project browser under the "Microsoft Office Access Class Objects" folder, I went into the design view of the form, right-clicked and selected 'Build Event..."

Choose builder came up, and I selected 'Code Builder' and the form shows up in the VB editor.

The question remains:  Why do I have to do this for each form?  Most of the time all of the Access objects are already in the editor.


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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database ArchitectCommented:
"Why do I have to do this for each form?  "
You should not have to do anything.  I've never seen this issue ... ever.  All my objects show up.

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