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Remove a record from a recordset but not delete the base data

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How can I do this using DAO?

TIA
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You want it to remove after you issued the select?
* I think that's not possible with DAO (using ADO you can use disconnected recordsets where you could do this)

You don't want this record at all in the recordset?
* Add a where clause to the SQL ...

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You want it to remove after you issued the select?
* I think that's not possible with DAO (using ADO you can use disconnected recordsets where you could
do this)

;o)

Many thanks...i shall try that
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