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LOOKING AT THE FIRST SCENARIO

In many instances, clients want to keep track of multiple records during a session and be able to switch between them. Native Access provides the Bookmark property of recordsets to mark and return to records. This is quite simple to take advantage of, yet is somewhat limited.

A more advanced example of this is a student database. Administrators at a school might want to work on a few students at once and be able to switch between them. They would then want to keep track of their bookmarks rather than sequentially move through the recordset each time.

Another example for tracking multiple bookmarks is an employee database. If human resources personnel were assigned various employees to work with, or needed to look ...

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