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Displaying Record Number on Form

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There was a thread from November 12th, 2005 03:51 PM discussing displaying the current record's record number on a form.
Wayne replied to the query that it was possible using the code

Me.lblNavigate. Caption = "Record " & _
Me.CurrentRecor d & " of " _
Me.Recordset.Re cordCount

But I am unsure as to where this code should go to display the record number in an unbound text box???
Nov 9 '06 #1
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This code is assigning the text to a Label field, which is a sensible solution.
This should be updated whenever the current record changes, so the form's OnCurrent event should do it for you.
Nov 9 '06 #2
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Thanks NeoPa - That's got it.

This code is assigning the text to a Label field, which is a sensible solution.
This should be updated whenever the current record changes, so the form's OnCurrent event should do it for you.
Nov 9 '06 #3

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