Refresh open Recordset

I have this ode:

set RsItems = db.openrecordset("Items" RsItems.Addnew RsItems!Quantity = RsItems!quantity + 10 Rs!Items.update Me!Total = RsItems!Quantity RsItems.close

The displayed Value in (total ) is an old value not after adding 10
the problem is the table Items not refreshed
how can I refresh the table before displaying Quantity in (total

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