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How display file name that two linked table reside in on a form

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I have a form and on that form I would like to somehow display the path and file name that two of the linked tables reside in.  There are other linked tables also but they will always be in a different back-end file than the two I am referring to.  So as an example, if the two linked files are at C:\Users\Steve\Documents\SomeFileName then that is what I'd like to display on the form.

How can I do this?

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