Unanswered: 1 user unable to see available queries
3 computers runing Windows 2000 Pro and Access 2000 on a simple peer-to-peer TCP/IP network. All 3 computers can see and manipulate the tables, forms, macros, etc. Only 1 user is unable to see all the available queries. There are 10 queries available and computers 1 and 3 can see, run and modify all 10 queries. Computer 2 can only see 3 queries and can run and modify the 3 seen queries. There are no restrictive permissions in place. All 3 users have admin rights to all 3 computers and all 3 hard drives. There are no groups or users setup in Access.
What could be causing computer 2 from being able to see the other 7 queries? I am not talking about query results but the actual query objects themselves.