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  1. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    @dilettante. Nice PPT presentation. Didn't know about the Optimize property.
  2. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    Chris. A disconnected recordset can be used for far more things than relating to some database table. Anything you can think of that can be used by a single Excel sheet, can also be used via a...
  3. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    @Chris. Already mentioned, this is a disconnected recordset, not related to a database.

    @Olaf. Will look closer at your solution. Though I will admit, not keen on building some lookup object to...
  4. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    User cares... They will assign a value for newly appended items
    User doesn't care... auto-select the value for them. User can change it later if desired. Typical if appending multiple items at once....
  5. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    Can't upload a real example; data not public use. However, simply create a recordset (1 field) having 5+ blocks of records where each block contains say 10 consecutive values, i.e., 0,1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9...
  6. Re: Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    Olaf, the recordset is an existing file that I have no full control over. I didn't mention that in the first post and probably should've; my bad. Your solution is interesting nonetheless, but doesn't...
  7. Ideas for Locating a missing/unused record in a RecordSet

    Think some of you might have done this and I have a solution, but wondering if there are others, possibly better overall?

    The scenario: I have a disconnected recordset, not tied to any database....
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