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Trace Access Query - Mapping

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I am new to Access and learning.....I have inherited an Access
database.
One of the Make table query is based on 4 queries and then breaks down
in sub queries and more sub queries. I am trying to follow the queries
and map then to the lowest level.

Is there any easy why to do this? Like a query map..

For example:
Make Table:
Q1
Q1.1
Q1.1.1
Q1.1.1.1
Table1
Q1.1.1.2
Table2
Q1.1.1.3
Table3
Q1.1.2
Q1.1.2.1
...
Q1.1.2.2
...
Q1.1.3
...
....
Q1.2
...

Any help and suggestions are appreciated.
Thank you.
MD

Dec 6 '06 #1
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