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List any directory paths in queries within Access 2010 all at once

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Hi all,

I am moving various access databases from a root directory to another directory.

Before moving these databases, how to I list all the directory paths within the switchboard( queries) so that once I move my some databases to different folders, I can then edit my queries to pull the databases from the new location.

Is there a systems objects command that I can use for this task?
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If they are back-ends bound to front-ends you will have to re-link them.
If the code is using hard-wired text (paths) then you will have to find and replace.
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Sorry for my tardiness!
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