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Viewing the query definition in an Access Application

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I have an MS Access 2002 application, I am able to view only the forms. The object browser(the page containing the tables, queries, forms, reports etc..) window doesn't open. I need to take a look at the queries, wat do i do?
Jan 5 '07 #1
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PEB
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PEB
If it is per;ittedm u cqn try Shift + F12
Jan 5 '07 #2

NeoPa
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There are two ways that you can show the 'Database' window assuming they have not been disallowed by the designer of the database.
1. F11 should show it from wherever.
2. When opening the database, hold down the Shift (Bypass) key.
Jan 6 '07 #3

pks00
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Have a look in Tools/startup, is "Display Database Windows" unchecked? if so check it.

If u do not have access to Tools/Startup or it doesnt exist, then try to open the db as NeoPa has suggested, press the shift key and bypass any limitations set.

If that does not work then try the property editor from jamiessoftware
http://www.jamiessoftware.tk/propeditor/pe_jump.html
Jan 7 '07 #4

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