In ArcMap, when I would open an attribute table of selected records, the record number of the particular record I am on is shown in the bottom left-hand corner of the attribute table. In ArcGis Pro, I don't see a record number.

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09-17-2018 12:33 PM
New Contributor II

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.

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MVP Esteemed Contributor

mine had a 2 in it

but is what is wanted an …. " X out of Y out of Z(total) selected?

in which case mine only said

…. 2 out of Z(total) selected  and not

…. 2 our of 4 out of Z(total) selected

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New Contributor II

Adrian is correct.  I'm looking for the functionality that was in the Attribute Table in ArcMap to be in ArcGIS Pro.  Having the record number of the record you are on.  Other folks have asked for the arrows that were there back as well.  I wouldn't mind that either.  Thanks.

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MVP Esteemed Contributor

Chris... but your idea may be a good candidate if enough people have similar workflows.  Good luck

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New Contributor II

The ObjectID would work if the table is sorted by that.  I often re-sort my table and then click on a row and want to know what record number that is so in that case ObjectID doesn't help me.  

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New Contributor III

Yes, showing the object id is not the same thing at all. This seems like a basic database function that has been around since the days of DbaseIII.  Goto Record number is not the same either. How simple is this?