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How do I get the "created by" field from my linked Sharepoint List to appear in the associated Access table?

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I have a SharePoint list that asks people to supply information regarding an item with which they need help.  From there, I have created the associated Access DB to run reports on what has been completed and email back out to the people that submitted to the SharePoint.  However, when I open the table based on the SharePoint list, I am not getting the "Created By" field.  I see it in the design view as a column, but it is missing from the actual table.

Where is it?

Thanks!
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If you can see it in the design view as a column; then they are just hidden.

In Access, switch over to datasheet, then right-click a column header and select command “Unhide Field” which will give you a list of fields that are hidden – check what you want to see.
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Perfect, thanks!
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