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Microsoft: Access Tables and Relationships FAQ

How To

Hide and Unhide a table by randysmid
Posted: 11 Mar 04

Here are the steps to "Hide" a table from prying eyes:
1) Right click on the table name in the Objects section.
2) Select Properties, and then check Hidden.

To "Unhide" all the hidden objects:
1) Click on Tools, Options.  
2) On the View tab, make sure that the "Show" --->  Hidden Objects is checked.

HTH, Randy Smith

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