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Unhide tables in Access 2013 Database

Posted on 2015-02-04
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We used some vba code to hide some tables in an Access 2013 database.  We can't figure out the code to unhide them.

Here is the code we used to hide them.

Sub HideAll()
CurrentDb.TableDefs("Detail").Attributes = dbHiddenObject
CurrentDb.TableDefs("Intersections").Attributes = dbHiddenObject
End Sub
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Never mind.  Found it.
Sub showme()
'CurrentDb.TableDefs("Detail").Attributes = CurrentDb.TableDefs("Detail").Attributes And Not CurrentDb.TableDefs("Detail").Attributes
CurrentDb.TableDefs("Intersections").Attributes = CurrentDb.TableDefs("Intersections").Attributes And Not CurrentDb.TableDefs("Intersections").Attributes
End Sub
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