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How can I find out where a table is being used in my access db?

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Does anyone know if there's any way I can find out where, in my
database, a specific table is used or referenced?

I'm wanting to clear out a few linked tables, but need to be sure I've
removed all references to it in things like forms, queries etc - I'm
pretty sure I have done, but it would be reassuring if I could somehow
obtain an overall 'snapshot' view of any occurrences of it within the
database as a whole.

Aug 15 '06 #1
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On 15 Aug 2006 02:04:35 -0700, mj**********@gmail.com wrote:

Use a utility like Speed Ferret or Find & Replace.

-Tom.

>Does anyone know if there's any way I can find out where, in my
database, a specific table is used or referenced?

I'm wanting to clear out a few linked tables, but need to be sure I've
removed all references to it in things like forms, queries etc - I'm
pretty sure I have done, but it would be reassuring if I could somehow
obtain an overall 'snapshot' view of any occurrences of it within the
database as a whole.
Aug 15 '06 #2

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