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Log of changes to a refresh of reverse-engineered data base

Log of changes to a refresh of reverse-engineered data base

Log of changes to a refresh of reverse-engineered data base

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When I use the Database/Refresh Model wizard, I get a detailed list of differences between the current database and the database image stored in the model.  This list is in the form of a collapsed tree with horizontal and vertical scroll bars, with no way to re-size the window to conveniently view the details.  The best way I have found to record these changes is a laborious series of incomplete screen shots of the window.  Clearly this information is stored somewhere within Visio in some sort of log.  How can I access this log directly without the inconvenience of the nested tree and scroll bars?

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