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Checking the "Show System Objects" checkbox on the Navigation Options dialog.

Navigation Options

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Click on a Category to ciiange the Category display order or to add groups

Groups for Tables and Related Views'

Click on a Category to ciiange the Category display order or to add groups

Groups for Tables and Related Views'

Tables and Related Views

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Object Type

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Display Options

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Display Options

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5. Click OK to close the Navigation Options dialog, and again to close the Access Options dialog.

In the Tables section of the Navigation Pane, you will now see a number of system tables, starting with the prefix MSys, and displayed in a dimmed font (Figure 14.5). If you imported the USysReglnfo table from another database, you will see it there too, although curiously, it is not dimmed.

You don't have to do anything special to make the USysReglnfo table a system table; a table with this name is automatically categorized as a system table. If you are creating the table from scratch, refer to Table 14.2 for a listing of the necessary fields and their data types.

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