How To Display The Record Count Of A Query On A Label On A Form

MsAcccess 2003
ODBC Connection : Linked Tables

Query: "PageLog" Form "Main" lable "lblDetail"
What i am trying to do is have the label caption say There are""""records entered into system...

I have tried DCount but am getting no where...

Mickey
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Use this code in the OnLoad event of the Main form:

    Const FormCaption = "There are {0} records entered into the system"
    Dim DetailCount As Long
   
    ' Get count.
    DetailCount = DCount("*", "PageLog")
    ' Insert count and apply caption.
    Me!lblDetail.Caption = Replace(FormCaption, "{0}", CStr(DetailCount))

/gustav
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Dale FyeCommented:
or, assuming that

DetailCount = me.recordsetclone.Recordcount

I use this a lot for sub-forms that contain datasheets, where I want to display the count of records displayed in the datasheet.  In this case, I also use code similar to Gustav's and use the datasheet forms ApplyFilter event to call this code again, so that the count stays up-to-date, even after the datasheet has been filtered.
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mickeyshelley1Author Commented:
Works great thank you...ms
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You are welcome!

/gustav
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