Microsoft Access 2010: View autoexec macro "code"

My autoexec macro doesn't seem to be working anymore.  All it is supposed to do is open a form.  How do I see what the "code" is for the macro to see if it somehow got deleted or corrupted?

When I open the Macro editor it only lets me create a new macro.  It doesn't let me view existing macros.

By "code" I mean the single function call that I programmed into it when I created it.
koughdurAsked:
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omgangIT ManagerCommented:
What version of Access?  Did this recently quit working?
OM Gang
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PatHartmanCommented:
Right click on the macro name.  Choose the "Design View" option.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Note the the name of the macro *Must* be:
   AutoExec

you can't use names like
Autoexec1, Autoexec2
MyAutoExec
Auto Exec
...etc
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koughdurAuthor Commented:
That worked.  I didn't see it at first.  I wrote the code a while ago and expected to see an open form command, but it was a call to a function named auto_exec_func that I had created.

Thanks.
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