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Can't see tables!

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Deeds, Nov 2, 2005.

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  1. Deeds

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    I have a query when I open in design mode, shows two tables that it is
    using...the query runs and returns info, however when I go to the tables I do
    not find the two tables that are in the query. Can anyone help me figure out
    how this happens...and where the tables are?
    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. Rick B

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    Are the tables hidden?

    Go to Tools/Options/View and make sure "hidden objects" is checked.

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    "Deeds" <Deeds@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A1347FA6-E283-42CC-9DE9-7F5A06D4C968@microsoft.com...
    >I have a query when I open in design mode, shows two tables that it is
    > using...the query runs and returns info, however when I go to the tables I
    > do
    > not find the two tables that are in the query. Can anyone help me figure
    > out
    > how this happens...and where the tables are?
    > Thanks in advance
     
  4. Deeds

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    By the way....I have made sure the show hidden objects is checked in the
    options...

    "Deeds" wrote:

    > I have a query when I open in design mode, shows two tables that it is
    > using...the query runs and returns info, however when I go to the tables I do
    > not find the two tables that are in the query. Can anyone help me figure out
    > how this happens...and where the tables are?
    > Thanks in advance
     
  5. SusanV

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    Check tools menu>>Option - show hidden objects

    "Deeds" <Deeds@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A1347FA6-E283-42CC-9DE9-7F5A06D4C968@microsoft.com...
    >I have a query when I open in design mode, shows two tables that it is
    > using...the query runs and returns info, however when I go to the tables I
    > do
    > not find the two tables that are in the query. Can anyone help me figure
    > out
    > how this happens...and where the tables are?
    > Thanks in advance
     
  6. Deeds

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    I actually figured it out...for anyone that is interested...the tables that
    were part of a query...were actually another table and someone went in and
    right clicked on each table (in design mode) and changed the alias name.
    Very confusing, you can change the name of the table within a query window so
    that it looks like it is called another name!...Thanks anyways for your
    suggestions.

    "Deeds" wrote:

    > I have a query when I open in design mode, shows two tables that it is
    > using...the query runs and returns info, however when I go to the tables I do
    > not find the two tables that are in the query. Can anyone help me figure out
    > how this happens...and where the tables are?
    > Thanks in advance
     
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