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Case of the disappearing table

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I have Access linked to a SQL Database. There is one table that shows up using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio that Access cannot see. I have unhidden all files in the options. Why can't I see this table? It does not appear any different than the others using Studio.
Jul 6 '09 #1
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Thanks for your reply Max. I found the solution. The database was originally linked late in 2008. This table was added in Feb 2009. I had to go back and relink this table.
1. External Data / Import / More
2. Link to the Data Source
3. Machine Data Source

After the user/password I could see the tables and brought it into Access. I thought the Linked Table Manager should take care of this.
Jul 6 '09 #2

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