MS Access VBA

I have a form with a Textbox that I would like to retrieve the value from the previous record from.
To get that previous value, I would have to show that the value was the same as the record with current ID -1.
How would I show that in vba?
deer777Asked:
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mbizupCommented:
Perhaps use this as a control source?

= DLookup("YourFieldName", "YourTable", "ID = " & DMax("ID", "YourTable", "ID < " & [ID]))

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That should retrieve the value of the field in question corresponding to the maximum ID that is less than the current ID.  (Simply retrieving records with current ID -1 may not work as expected if your table has deleted or otherwise missing records)
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
or if this is a multi-user database, and multiple users could create records.
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