Controlling Vertical Scroll Bar in Access 2007?
I have a rather long Form with several subform controls. The first real field on said form is below the subform controls, so that forces Access to scroll down the entire form so that the first field is visible.
I am trying to find a way to force the scroll back up to the top.
I have added Debug.Print to the function fGetClassName as I was not seeing the form scrolled to the top and discovered I think in Access 2007 the class name is "NUIScrollbar" and not "scrollBar" which function fIsScrollBar was searching for.
Fiddling, fiddling, can not get that sample code to control the scroll bar of the main form. Yes, I tried substituting "NUIScrollbar" for "scrollBar" and no success.
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I am having an issue with scroll bar behavior in my access database. The database is to manage requests for our unit. I built a navigation form "home page" and in that home page isa navigation button that links to a subform containing our request information.
My issue is scrolling in that subform. At 1680x1050 resolution I can disable the scroll bar on the main home page (it isn't needed) but if the resolution is lowered the scroll bars for the subforms no longer scroll to the bottom of the form, so I am forced to enable a total of two vertical scroll bars.
I'd like it to work like a website and just force them to scroll morevertically if they chose to use a lower screen resolution.
I am having an issue with scroll bar behavior in my access database. The database is to manage requests for our unit. I built a navigation form "home page" and in that home page is a navigation button that links to a subform containing our request information.
My issue is scrolling in that subform. At 1680x1050 resolution I can disable the scroll bar on the main home page (it isn't needed) but if the resolution is lowered the scroll bars for the subforms no longer scroll to the bottom of the form, so I am forced to enable a total of two vertical scroll bars. I'd like it to work like a website and just force them to scroll more vertically if they chose to use a lower screen resolution.
What properties do I need to do to fix this
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