How do I show all tables in Access 2016?

I have a table that is not showing when I open an Access file.  I didn't delete it, so I know that it is there.  How do I show all tables?
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Right-click on the top of the Navigation pane on the right (the one that is called 'Tables' in your last question with the list of tables below it) . From the menu that appears choose "Navigation Options ..."

When the Navigation Options window opens, check the "Show hidden objects" box on the bottom left of the window, then OK.

Your Table list will now show both normal tables and hidden tables (these will have grey text).

That's all the tables in your database.  If your missing table isn't listed there then it's not a table in your database.

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