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field not showing up in datasheet view

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Dear NG - I may be nuts, so forgive me for bothering you. There is a

text variable in my table that shows up in design view, but is no where

to be found in the datasheet view. The field should be populated with

data and not only is there no data, there isn't even a blank column

with the field name. Is there some type of hide feature that may be

preventing the field from showing?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Mike

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      "Takeadoe" <mtonkovich.ms-access.todaysummary.com.msn.comwrote in message

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      Quote:
      === Original Words ===

      Dear NG - I may be nuts, so forgive me for bothering you. There is a

      text variable in my table that shows up in design view, but is no where

      to be found in the datasheet view. The field should be populated with

      data and not only is there no data, there isn't even a blank column

      with the field name. Is there some type of hide feature that may be

      preventing the field from showing?

      >

      Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

      >

      Mike

      >

      #1; Fri, 04 Jan 2008 10:44:00 GMT
    • Thank you Gary! I don't know how the thing got hidden in the first

      place. Must have been a freak accident!

      Happy Holidays!

      Gary Floam wrote:

      Quote:
      === Original Words ===

      Dear NG - I may be nuts, so forgive me for bothering you. There is a

      text variable in my table that shows up in design view, but is no where

      to be found in the datasheet view. The field should be populated with

      data and not only is there no data, there isn't even a blank column

      with the field name. Is there some type of hide feature that may be

      preventing the field from showing?

      Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

      Mike

#2; Fri, 04 Jan 2008 10:45:00 GMT