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Can't find forms in Access 2010

Posted on 2014-07-25
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Forms: Access 2003Forms: Access 2010This is so frustrating. I open Access 2003 Database in Access 2010. As you can see, there were five forms in Access2003, but only 1 form is shown in Access 2010.

Can you explain to me why and how I can display them all?
Is there some type of youtube videos where they explain how to transition from Access 2003 to Access 2010/2013?
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There are four hidden forms in your A2003 db.
In A2010, go to File>>Options>>Current Database>>Navigation ... Show Hidden Objects (turn it on).

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Thanks.
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You are welcome. Don't forget to close this question :-)

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