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Viewing the Hidden tables

Hi ,
How can I view the hidden tables present in the database in Access 2010?

Before migrating to Access 2010, we were using Access 2003. In Access 2003, to see the tables we used to click "Window" present in the menu bar and then press "Unhide". Then another window used to turn up which asks for the database. When we clicked "OK", all the queries, forms and tables used to appear.

How can we accomplish the same task of viewing the tables and its information in Access 2010?
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mauneeld

8/22/2022 - Mon
shaydie

On your navigation pane, right click the title and click on navigation options. A dialog will open which contains a checkbox to show hidden objects.
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Hi,
I have done the above step, there was a prompt which asks to reopen the database. When I open the database, I am still unable to view the tables. I am the administrator for the data base as well.

mauneeld

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Hi,
It worked for me.There was a check box which needs to be ticked. I have done that now, it works for me
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