When is the Adodb control done loading a record

In a question I asked this morning about when a record changed. The answer by ChrisK0 was what I was looking for and it was

Create a boolean form-level variable, I normally use 'dirty'. When loading the form, or loading a new record, set dirty = false

I just need to know where to put the code for the "loading a new record set dirty to false.

So I need an event that after I click the 'Move Next' button on the data control,  then the data  moves to the next record, and then updates the objects on the form, then I need to set dirty to false. Where is this event.

Thanx PO
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trkcorpCommented:
try MoveComplete
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