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Hi there,

I normally disable the navigation buttons on the Form property and then create my own custom buttons to navigate.
The side-effect is that I then loose the "field" that shows the current record number.
Is there a way to show the number of the current record somewhere on the form? Or how do I know what record number I am on?

I played around with AbsolutePosition but can't get it to work.

Any ideas?

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