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Sorting "All Access Objects" groups in Access

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In Access, I am wanting to sort all the groups in the section "All Access Objects" thats on the left side. I know how to sort the tables, forms and reports within the group, but i want to move the groups around. How do i do that? I have attached a screenshot of what i'm wanting to do. In the screenshot, how would i move the group "Reports" to the top?...etc.
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Oops, forgot the attachment.
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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 500 total points
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I would recommend that you create you own custom groups.

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