hidden groups bug

#2
hide group

Remove and restore shortcuts in custom groups. Hide objects and groups. Unhide objects and groups view that is selected, and a group can contain one or more database objects.View how tables are related to other objects in the database
 
#3
hide group

1-To create a new category, right-click the menu at the top of the Navigation Pane, and then click Navigation Options.

2-Under Categories, click Add Item.

A new category appears under Categories in the Navigation Options dialog box.

3-Type a name for the new category, and then press ENTER.

Rename a custom category

If an unused custom category is available, you can rename it instead of adding a new custom category.

1-o rename a custom category, right-click the menu at the top of the Navigation Pane, and then click Navigation Options.

2-Under Categories, click Custom, and then click Rename Item.

3-Type a new name for the category, and then press ENTER.

After you create or rename a custom category, you need to create custom groups under each custom category.

Access automatically creates a Custom Group 1 and an Unassigned Objects group under each new category. Objects that are not assigned to groups are automatically put in the Unassigned Objects group. You can either create a new custom group or rename the Custom Group 1 group to the name that you choose.

Create a custom group

To create a new custom group, right-click the menu at the top of the Navigation Pane, and then click Navigation Options.

Under Groups for category name, click Add Group.

1-Type a name for the new group, and then press ENTER.

2-Rename a custom group

3-To rename a custom group, right-click the menu at the top of the Navigation Pane, and then click Navigation Options.

Under Groups for category name, click the custom group, and then click Rename Group.

Type a new name for the group, and then press ENTER.

After you have created a custom group in a custom category, you add or move objects, such as tables, into the custom group.
 
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