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bookmark the new record just add

Posted on 1999-01-20
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Hi,

I just ask the question before about how to bookmark the current record. Now after I add a new record to my Access
database using recordset. How can I bookmark the new record.

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Question by:woaini
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depends but.. .addnew
addwhatever
update
movelast
bookmark
should work
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It perfect ! Thank
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