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how do you view Microsoft Access Relationships

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When the relationships are outside the window how do you view them?  see attached

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Ferruccio Accalai earned 500 total points
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Select  a visible table then move by tab to the off screen table. When it's selected delete it (don't worry, this don't delete the relationship).
Finally on the toolbar click "Show all relationships". This will show back the deleted table rearranged into the view relationship window
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That was a pain in the butt.   But it worked.

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