MS Access 2013 Object Browser, Accidently Clicked 'Hide In this Group', How to Unhide?

I wanted to cut and paste the name of a query 'qryTaxHeaders_ActiveOnly' into the logic in my Access 2013 application.  I do this by right clicking on the query and selecting 'Rename'.  I then copy the name into the program logic.  I've done this hundreds of times, maybe more.

This time I missed 'Rename' and must have clicked 'Hide in this group', which I never even knew was there, let alone had used before.

The query name disappeared.  Initially I thought I had deleted it so I re-imported from a backup.  The import was named 'qryTaxHeaders_ActiveOnly1'.  The suffix of '1' meaning the object already existed.

How do i get my hidden query to show again in the query list?
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
go to the "All Access Objects" at the top of the Navpane, right click, select Navigation Options.

Then check the "Show Hidden Objects" checkbox.  This should display the item greyed out, right click on it and select the UnHide option.
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