VBA to display record ID in Textbox within a Form

Mr Retirement

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Nov 12, 2016
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Hello!

Hoping this is a simple question. Is there a way to display the ID (primary key, just the default autonumber) of a Record entry on a form in a textbox?

I am currently able to display the Record Number with the following code which works great but i'm looking for the Primary ID also:

VBA Code:
Private Sub Form_Current()

Me.TXTRecordNumber = Form.CurrentRecord

End Sub

Is there something similar to capture the Primary ID?

Thanks,
Mr R.
 

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welshgasman

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You just use a control bound to the ID ?
Pretty much the same as any other control?
 

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