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A database object is a table, a query, a form, a report, a macro, or a module. When you try to delete an object, you receive a message similar to the following
Do you want to delete the <Object Type> '<Object Name>'?where <Object Type> refers to the type of database object, and <Object Name> refers to the name of the object that you are trying to delete.
If you click Yes, the object is deleted. If you click No, the object is not deleted.
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