Do you Use PageSize on ADO Object Command or Recordset

objCommand.ActiveConnection = objConnection                              'assignment to an existing ADO connection
        objCommand.Properties("Page Size").Value = 1000                          'set the Paged Results value to 1000 (AD standard)
        objCommand.Properties("Cache Results").Value = False

Or

        objRecordSet.CacheSize = 500
        objRecordSet.PageSize = 1000

Or Both
Dennis GreenAsked:
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Ryan ChongConnect With a Mentor Commented:
both should referring to the same attribute:
CacheSize is based on the Maximum Open Rows provider-specific property (in the Properties collection of the Recordset object)
ref:
CacheSize Property (ADO)
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ado/reference/ado-api/cachesize-property-ado

hence, either way should worked for you.

to make it easier for programming, you may simply use the 2nd method of:

objRecordSet.CacheSize = 500
        objRecordSet.PageSize = 1000

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Ryan ChongCommented:
do you need further guidance here?
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