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Query Field Names from Tables

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by nFaux, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. nFaux

    nFaux
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    Is there a way to return the field names (not the underlying data) for all
    tables in a query? (not looking for properties, just name)

    I have a DB designed by anther person with 20+ tables. I am trying to
    figure out what table has what fields.
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    Neil
     
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  3. Sprinks

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    nFaux,

    Access has a built-in documenter that will do this. Choose Tools, Analyze,
    Documenter. Select the Tables Tab and click the Select All button. Click
    the Options button, and select Nothing for the indexes, and Names, DataTypes
    & Sizes for the fields.

    Sprinks

    "nFaux" wrote:

    > Is there a way to return the field names (not the underlying data) for all
    > tables in a query? (not looking for properties, just name)
    >
    > I have a DB designed by anther person with 20+ tables. I am trying to
    > figure out what table has what fields.
    > --
    > Neil
     

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