FindNext

guamlet

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How do I set the "focus to the field containing the search criteria before I carry out the FindNext action"? The quoted parts are directly taken fromt he VB help file. I don't quite know what it means. What I want to do is have the macro find each occurrence in the database of a certain name, make a change to another field associated with the field I'm searcrhing, and continue down the database and stop when it gets to the bottom.
 

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bat17

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You did not post the quoted code! :)

However it sounds more like a job for an Update Query. This will do th job much better than searching through records one at a time.

Peter
 

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