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Exercise: Add navigation buttons to a form
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Create a module called modNavigationCode to contain the following 4 functions:
- GotoFirst/GotoLast - go to the first or last record
- GotoPrevious/GotoNext - go to the previous or next record
Open the form called frmDirector. Add buttons and assign your functions to them so that they look and work like this:
Click on the buttons at the bottom of the form to take you to the appropriate records
Save and close your module and form!