Here's my problem. I have a form with a number of different form elements on it. Depending on which combination of form elements are chosen a count sql stmt (ie. select count id from table1 where ....) is exceuted and the result is printed out on another asp page. Then the user hits a back button to bring them back to the form again so that they can run another query. Is there any way I can maintain the old results on the screen even when I run a new query so that comparisons can be made. I only set up one recordset by the way which handles whichever one of about 20 sql statements is executed.