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Hi,
I program VB with Ms Access database.
I open a Recordset and use MoveNext command. How do I remember my current record position and save it in an variable. Then use MoveNext or whatever to move to other record. Then I want to come back to the last record position that I store in an variable.

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Question by:woaini
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Dim myBookmark as Variant
' setbookmark
myBookMark = recordset.bookmark

' Return
recordset.bookmark = myBookMark

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It's perfect !!! Thank.
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