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Old 02-02-2019, 06:46 AM   #8
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Re: Is it possible to identify the last time an object was used?

Concur with Sonic8 about the "Object Dependencies" feature of Access. Don't forget it has TWO views: Objects depending on... and Objects depended on... (i.e. BOTH directions of dependencies). However, if you have ANY CASE where you dynamically create SQL then the things that dynamic string uses will NOT show up. You would have to manually review any such dynamic dependencies.
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