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Identify cursor position, in query or table windows

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Is there any way to identify a record based on where the user's cursor
is located, if the cursor is located somewhere in a query or table
window?
I would like to have a commandbar button call a function that can pull
the entire record that a user has his/her cursor 'inside'.

Feb 16 '07 #1
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bind your query or table to a form. regardless of whether the form is in
SingleForm, ContinuousForms, or Datasheet view, only one record can be the
Current record at any given time, and that record can be identified by
referring to its' primary key field(s).

hth
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Is there any way to identify a record based on where the user's cursor
is located, if the cursor is located somewhere in a query or table
window?
I would like to have a commandbar button call a function that can pull
the entire record that a user has his/her cursor 'inside'.

Feb 16 '07 #2

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