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The + symbol has dissapeared on my table in Access, how do I get

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The + symbol has dissapeared on my table in Access, how do I get

We are working from a database that someone has set up. In the table on the Form, we click on the cross on a table, which brings up a table within that table. But, the plus symbol has dispersed, this happens occasionally, we randomly click about the table and it reappears, except today. Dose anyone know how we can get this plus symbol back (+)?

RE: The + symbol has dissapeared on my table in Access, how do I

Hi Katrina, thanks for your query. The + symbol indicates a subdatasheet, usually as a result of a table relationship having been put in place. If you click on Insert and then Subdatasheet you should be able to restore it.

Hope this helps,

Anthony

Edited on Fri 8 Jun 2012, 14:25

RE: The + symbol has dissapeared on my table in Access, how do I

Hi Anthony,

Thanks so much, I tried this and it has worked! Exactly what we needed.

Thanks again

Wed 6 Jun 2012: Automatically marked as resolved.


 

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