Reposition relative to the current position or a bookmark
|liRows||A signed value specifying the number of rows the position will move. If rows is greater than 0, the position is moved forward (toward the end of the file). If rows is less than 0, the position is moved backward (toward the beginning of the file).|
|oBookMark||(Optional) A bookmark objectIf specified, Move begins relative to this bookmark. If not specified Move begins from the current record|
If you use Move to position the current record pointer before the first record, the current record pointer moves to the beginning of the file. If the Recordset contains no records and its BOF property is True, using this method to move backward causes an error.
If you use Move to position the current record pointer after the last record, the current record pointer position moves to the end of the file. If the Recordset contains no records and its EOF property is True, then using this method to move forward causes an error.
If either the BOF or EOF property is True and you attempt to use the Move method without a valid bookmark, a run-time error occurs.
|•||When you use Move on a forward-only-type Recordset object, the liRows argument must be a positive integer and bookmarks aren't allowed. This means you can only move forward.|
|•||To make the first, last, next, or previous record in a Recordset the current record, use either the MoveFirst, MoveLast, MoveNext, or MovePrevious method.|
|•||Using Move with liRows equal to 0 is an easy way to retrieve the underlying data for the current record. This is useful if you want to make sure that the current record has the most recent data from the base tables. It will also cancel any pending Edit or AddNew|