we need to know your FMP version.
Sorry, this is my first post and I do not know everything yet. I am using FM Pro Advanced 10.0v3
If you need to set a field with generic data w/o going to it, you can use the script step:
Set Field By Name [ ] <-- note that the field name can be calculated with a result like: YourTable::YourField
If you need to go to a field, you can use the script step:
Go to Object [ ] <-- note that each object must be named
Thanks for the suggestions, but the Set Field By Name  puts information into the field. I wish to extract information out of the field. The Go to Object  command may work. I will try that as soon as I return to the database creation (right now I am unable to access it).
I tried using the Go To Object command in this way: Go To Object [Tablename::Fieldname which contains the name of the field I really need to go to]. I then selected all, copied, and pasted the contents into a text field to see if it worked. Nothing happened. In fact, it did not even go to the field whose content was the field name I really wish to go to. Sigh...
Is there any other way to access a field by calculating the field name and then going to it?
I discovered that the fields which I was attempting to access did not have an object name. FM does not automatically assign the name of the field to be the object name. So, all I have to do is go in and type in the name for each field which I wish to access by using the GO TO OBJECT  command. (I only have about 350 fields to do this with!) Anyway, thank for your help in pointing me in the correct direction for solving the problem.
I wish to extract information out of the field.
You could use the GetField() function for this.
You didn't say what's the purpose behind this, and I have a feeling you may be making things more complicated than they need to be.