GoToRecord

DeutchBose

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Through VB, is there a way to go to a specific record in a specific field...i.e. go to the record where 'name' field is 'john smith'
 

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SydneyGeek

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Yes -- in a dynaset recordset you can use the Find method. This snippet from Access 97 Developer's Handbook:

Code:
strCriteria = "[LastName] = 'Smith'"
With rst
   .FindFirst strCriteria
   Do While Not .NoMatch
      'you've got a record, so do something:
      Debug.Print ![FirstName]
      .FindNext strCriteria
   Loop
End With
Denis
 

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