In ArcGIS Pro, the attribute table shows the number of selected records but I don't see where it indicates the actual record number that I happen to be on at that particular time. This is something I use frequently so I'm hoping I'm just missing it somewhere. Thanks.
Here's a couple of screenshots. The top screenshot shows ArcGIS pro and shows that there are 922 of *2000 selected in my attribute table but it doesn't show the actual record number of the record that is highlighted in yellow. The bottom screenshot from ArcMap shows an attribute table with 1429 selected of *2000 and to the left shows that record number 16 of that table is "selected" from that table. That number is what I am trying to see in ArcGis Pro. Thanks.
There are several other ideas that are posted that are directly related, such as typing in the exact record to go to in the table, having the up and down and first and last arrow functionality in that same window.
I must be missing something...
I just scroll over to see the OBJECTID field (or you can shrink the table to fit.) In your example, you are scrolled over and it hides that field
If you just want to see the selection from the selection, then you can use the Reselect Highlighted from the Highlighted toolbar on the table.
Dan, I think it is a bit hard to explain. Take a close look at Chris's second screenshot. It is from ArcMap and at the bottom of the attribute table, there is a white box with "16" in it. I believe this is what he is referring to - having that kind of functionality.