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

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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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