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Old March 21st, 2004, 09:53 AM
gerty gerty is offline
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Dear Dataman

Here are a couple of potential solutions you could use:

1a) Apply a filter on your recordset
b) Use a For Next loop with the Update/Delete methods on the fiiltered recordset in order to achieve a similar result to one you are trying to achieve.

2. Alternatively save the recordset to disk in an XML format and then you can reissue a SQL statement against the data