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Reading records from the database and instead of using DLookup or querying the database all the time, to improve performance we can read them into a VBA collection object and refer to it in memory. Especially, if the data in particular tables are not changing at all or changing very rarely, we can use this facility and hold the data in memory while the application is running. Beware of the number of records in your table and the amount of memory it may consume.