AbsolutePage Property (ADO)
Indicates on which page the current record resides.
For 64-bit code, use a data type that provides for storage of a 64-bit value. For example, you can use either Long or another value that can be 64-bit length such as DBORDINAL. Do not use PositionEnum values because they are limited to 32-bit length.
This property can be used to identify the page number on which the current record is located. It uses the PageSize property to logically divide the total rowset count of the Recordset object into a series of pages, each of which has the number of records equal to PageSize (except for the last page, which may have fewer records). The provider must support the appropriate functionality for this property to be available.
To get the AbsolutePage, ADO first retrieves the AbsolutePosition, and then divides it by the PageSize.
To set the AbsolutePage, ADO moves the AbsolutePosition as follows: it multiplies the PageSize by the new AbsolutePage value and then adds 1 to the value. As a result, the current position in the Recordset after successfully setting AbsolutePage is the first record in that page.
Like the AbsolutePosition property, AbsolutePage is 1-based and equals 1 when the current record is the first record in the Recordset. Set this property to move to the first record of a particular page. Obtain the total number of pages from the PageCount property.