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Access 2007 - Object dependencies

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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I use office 2007.  I am evaluating a template database which I downloaded and trying to understand the whole structure.  I thought I would study and analyze the object dependencies.  
Is there a way to print all the object dependeicies especially in graphics form for clearer vision.  thank u.
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In addition to the data listing the Microsoft Access object dependencies, the Diagrams generated by Total Access Analyzer provide a nice overview of the heirarchical relationship among the objects and code in your database: http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/Documentation/diagrams/index.html
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thank u for the solutions
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You're welcome.

Glad Luke and I could assist.
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