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"For Each" start point?

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    Question "For Each" start point?

    Is there a way to start your for each field in recordset with a specific field?

    i.e....



    field1, field2, field3, field4

    I would like to START with field2 so....

    for each field in recordset starting with field2
    do this...

    Thanks in advance.

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    Not with For...Each loops but you can with a For...Next loop.
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    Ok, looked into a for...next loop a bit...

    Can you use a for...next loop with recordsets? I'm using...

    Code:
    For Each varField In rs.Fields

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    Try:
    Code:
    With rs
       For x = 1 to .Fields.Count - 1
          .Fields(x) = whatever you want
       Next
    End With
    The Fields index starts with 0 so 1 is the 2nd field.
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    Perfect. Thank you.

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    Great! Glad we could help.
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