make a new form with a command button. Set the code in the click 
event. Change the [yourdatabase] with the location and name of the 
database you want to check.
Then press F5 and click the command button.

Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim dWorkspace As Workspace
    Dim DB As Database, tDB As Database
    Dim J, I
    Dim UserInput
    Dim vFound%

    UserInput = InputBox("which table do you want to see?")
    If UserInput = "" Then Exit Sub

    vFound% = False
    Set dWorkspace = Workspaces(0)
    Set DB = dWorkspace.OpenDatabase([yourdatabase])

    For J = 0 To dWorkspace.Databases.Count - 1
        Set tDB = dWorkspace.Databases(J)
        'show databasename
        'MsgBox tDB.Name

        For I = 0 To tDB.TableDefs.Count - 1
            If Left$(tDB.TableDefs(I).Name, 4) <> "MSys" Then
                'show tablename
                'MsgBox tDB.TableDefs(I).Name
                'check against userinput
                If LCase$(tDB.TableDefs(I).Name) = LCase$(UserInput) Then
                    MsgBox tDB.TableDefs(I).Name
                    vFound% = True
                    Exit For
                End If
            End If
        Next I
    Next J

    If Not vFound% Then MsgBox "table " & UserInput & " not found..."

End Sub