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Hi,

I wold like to display the current record position in a form.

Is there a expression, command or so that could show that in a textbox?

I could swear that in the past I used something like Recno()...

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Sub CurrentFormRecord(frm As Form)
    Dim lngrecordnum As Long

    lngrecordnum = frm.CurrentRecord
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