MoveNext not moving in order

I have a table named tblRHS which contains the following four records only:

Job_Order_Number      Action_Time                      Status_Name
0000100059      2/3/2006 10:35:45 AM      Import
0000100059      2/5/2006 3:04:18 AM                      Exported
0000100060      2/5/2006 3:02:11 AM                      Mine
0000100669      2/5/2006 3:00:17 AM                      Yours

I created a recordset which moves through all records, except it does not move in the table order. Here's the code:

Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("tblRHB")
rs.MoveFirst
While Not rs.EOF
   rs.MoveNext
Wend

If I add a watch when running through the code, rs!Status_Name will show all the records in the following order:
Import
Mine
Export
Yours

How can I set my code up to read the records in the same order the table has them? I tried finding rhyme or reason as to why the records are being read in this order and found none. I have also used a do loop and will do the same thing. Thanks!
Horalia RodriguezIT DeveloperAsked:
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Hi horalia,

If you need records processed in a particular order, then you should use a query to define the recordset, and have
the ordering determined in that query.

Regards,

Patrick
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Horalia RodriguezIT DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Worked. Thanks!
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
You're welcome :)
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