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Access - Identifiying Query Dependencies

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MX1
Is there a tool or internal function to enumerate the components of an
Access DB that are dependent on another part. For example, I've got a query
that I want to edit but I can't tell whether it is used by other forms or
queries within the DB. It would be great if I could generate a report to
tell me what items use the query. I've heard Access 2003 uses this but I
use Access 2002 (XP).

Any thoughts?
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Speed Ferret. www.moshannon.com

HTH. Mike

"MX1" <mx*@mx1.abc> wrote in message
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Is there a tool or internal function to enumerate the components of an
Access DB that are dependent on another part. For example, I've got a query that I want to edit but I can't tell whether it is used by other forms or
queries within the DB. It would be great if I could generate a report to
tell me what items use the query. I've heard Access 2003 uses this but I
use Access 2002 (XP).

Any thoughts?

Nov 12 '05 #2

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