Hi, @Bob Alston - There are two possible considerations to evaluate. The first is to look at the dma.exe.config or dmacmd.exe.config to see if any specific error codes are listed is the assessment section.
<assessment parallelDatabases="8" ignoreErrorCodes="71501" />
The second consideration is to Run Data Migration Assistant from the command line with specific attention to the optional + Required input arguments such as AssessmentEvaluateFeatureParity and AssessmentEvaluateCompatibilityIssues or AssessmentEvaluateRecommendations:
Run compatibility rules
(Either AssessmentEvaluateCompatibilityIssues or AssessmentEvaluateRecommendations is required.)
Run feature recommendations
(Either AssessmentEvaluateCompatibilityIssues or AssessmentEvaluateRecommendations is required)
Run feature parity rules. If source platform is RdsSqlServer, feature parity evaluation is not supported for target platform AzureSqlDatabase
If none the of the configuration options within the DMA tool itself will allow for you to derive the information you are seeking, the following Stack Overflow thread is likely the only solution: How to get the GUID of a table in Microsoft Access
You could extract the GUID details for the Access objects (tables and indexes, etc.) and then reference the GUID from the DMA report + the Access query export, to identify the plain English equivalent.