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Is there any way to remember the active (currently selected) record in your current found set, then create a different found set (inclusive of the earlier found set) AND THEN use the GO TO RECORD script command (or something else) to move to the remembered record?

I know you can use the status(currentrecordID) to find the unique ID of a record, but you can

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Originally posted by JimWashDC:

Is there any way to remember the active (currently selected) record in your current found set, then create a different found set (inclusive of the earlier found set) AND THEN use the GO TO RECORD script command (or something else) to move to the remembered record?

I know you can use the status(currentrecordID) to find the unique ID of a record, but you can
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Originally posted by captkurt:

If it is simply a case of remembering which record you were on, you could just create a flag field. Set it to "1", then use a relationship from a constant field to the flag field.


Yes, I thought of something like this, but it wouldn't work in a multi-user environment. I'll check out your referenced website.

Thanks.

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Originally posted by JimWashDC:

Yes, I thought of something like this, but it wouldn't work in a multi-user environment. I'll check out your referenced website.

There are a variety of ways to make it work in a multi-user environment. The examples should illustrate that.

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