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Control of horizontal scroll bar

Control of horizontal scroll bar
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I am working on a searchable form (left side is for entering criteria and right side is for displaying records matching criteria). The width of the form currently exceeds my screen so I see a horizontal scrollbar on the bottom. I would like to add a command button that when clicked will cause the scrollbar to move to the right. Can anyone assist
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