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PageSize Property

Indicates how many records constitute one "page" in the Recordset.

Settings and Return Values

Sets or returns a Long value, indicating how many records are on a page. Default is 10.


Use the PageSize property to determine how many records make up a logical "page" of data. Establishing a page size allows you to use the AbsolutePage property to move to the first record of a particular page. This is useful in web-server scenarios when you want to allow the user to page through data, viewing a certain number of records at a time.

This property can be set at any time, and its value will be used for calculating where the first record of a particular page is.

Applies To


See Also

AbsolutePage, PageCount

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