Find a SQL statement in an Access app

Hi Experts,

I am wondering how can I find where a particular SQL is programmed in my Access App?

This is linked to SQL BE and its executing the following sql statement

SELECT "ID" ,"EmployeeID" ,"Day" ,"ReplacedEmployeeID" ,"EmployeesNotes" 
 FROM "dbo"."PatientsEmployeesSchedule" WHERE NOT(("EmployeesNotes" IS NULL ) ) 

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I thought of an idea, if its possible to convert the entire app to text file (like its possible for a particular form) and then just do a text search?
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
I use Rick Fisher's Find and Replace application.
Alternatively, you can use a feature called "Database Documenter". Open this tool, go to every tab page and select all objects. Then Select the OK button. Wait a few seconds (minutes - if your database has a lot of objects). A report will be generated. Then use the "Export to text file" utility to export the report. You can then use the notepad to search for the string.Database Documenter

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bfuchsAuthor Commented:
Tested both and they work fine
Thank You!

(Selected chaau's as there is no need to purchase 3rd party software)
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