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Highlight a selected RecordSet in Database View with vba

Posted on 2004-11-26
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Last Modified: 2011-10-03
Hi there,

i just wanted to highlight a special row in a form (Datasheet view) when selecting any of the fields.

i get the selected row with Me.CurrentRecord
i can highlight it with the mouse but how to highlight it with vba?
maybe i just do not know what 'Datensatzmarkierer' means in english?!

Thank you for your help.
Jörg (germany/using Access 2002)
Question by:TRauMPHaSe69
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>> 'Datensatzmarkierer'

Me either :-)
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"Data record marker" - Bookmark maybe?

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Okay, works fine. That's what i needed.

Thanks mates.

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