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Hi i am trying to use the KeyDown event of a report to move to the next record using Bookmarks but seems to be that's only working for forms, is there a way how i can go to the next record in report without need to click with the mouse on the record ?
any help appreciated
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Make sure you are viewing the report in Report View (Access 2007 and higher).

If you are simply trying to go to the next record, you don't need bookmarks, just this:

DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdRecordsGoToNext

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This won't work in Print Preview, which is static, like a printed page.  Report View, by contrast, behaves a little more like a form.
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Unfortunately, Report view also fails to fire some of the Events associated with the report, so if you have code behind the report, don't be surprised if it doesn't work as expected.
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needs to make sure to make tabstop of any field other than details to NO, otherwise it will get confused
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