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Created tables on new Access 2003

Posted on 2011-09-21
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When I create a blanks 2003 db it creates the following files:
MSysAccessObjects
MSysACEs
MSysObjects
MSysQueries
MSysRelationships

Why and how would one use them?
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those are the Access systems object that list all objects that you create in your db.
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you can hide those objects
tools > options > System objects  [uncheck ]
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thank you
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