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17-Sep-2002, 12:02 AM #1
Where did my query grid go? Access 97
I open up my query and I cant see the grid. I scroll down and nada. I have two tables at the top and there is a SQL statement. I just can't see the dern grid? Can someone help?

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17-Sep-2002, 04:27 AM #2
It's probably just been moved down to the bottom of the screen by accident.
I've just tried it, and when you scroll, the grid doesn't appear.

So, go to the bottom of the screen and when your cursor changes to a black up and down arrow with a horizontal line in between, click and drag upwards and your grid should reappear.

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17-Sep-2002, 06:09 AM #3
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That's what I thought at first. There is no grid on there at all. I have the tables and a large blank space. My scroll bars can go to the far right and to the bottom. I think I'll have to re do the query.
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17-Sep-2002, 06:47 AM #4
Hang on... If the query actually works or if you select SQL view and there is something there (actual SQL arguments to perform the query), you should not have to re-do the query. In design view there are actually 2 boxes - not one. You may have re-sized the upper box to completely overlay the lower box (what I think Gram was saying). Try maximizing the Access Window and the query window to see if that will restore your grid view (and try re-sizing the upper query window to a smaller size).
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17-Sep-2002, 07:33 AM #5
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try re-sizing the upper query window to a smaller size
Yep, that's what I was saying.
The bar to decrease and increase the upper pane of the query is just below your horizontal scroll bar.

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17-Sep-2002, 08:02 PM #6
Woot There it is!!!
Found it, minimize and BAM! There was the bugger.

Thank you very much
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