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moving off a record

moving off a record

I have a table with the first record having no information within any of the fields( a blank record). For confidentiality reasons I always revert to this record so that other customers cannot see any details on screen when I have finished editing or viewing customer details. To automate the process I have instigated a timer so that after a set period the form view moves to record number 1. I want then to be able to keep that view locked on record 1 until I press say the F10 key. Whatever coding I have tried, as soon as I press the fwd/back controls on the toolbar etc i can move through the records.

Any help/pointers would be much apreciated.

Many thanks,


RE: moving off a record

Anyone, even a little hint?

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