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(I believe this is easy, but I am not a programmer and new to Access and bad in english).  I have a db with some numbers. i want this number from previus record add to next record number +1 (previus record is 2003 and next record must be 2004 and next 2005.....)
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I don' know what programing language you are using but generally:-
If r= previous record number then r=r+1 or inc(r).

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