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Show record number on a subform in continuous view

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Hi, guys
I have an MS Access sub-form which in continuous view, and I want to display a column showing the row number on the sub-form.
The row number will be updated according to the filtered record-set of the sub-form when the link field with its parent form is changed.
I searched a lot but could not find any solution.
Please help me
HuongLT
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Hi huonglt,

Have a look at lebans rownumber
http://www.lebans.com/rownumber.htm


Good Luck!

Gary
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