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Click Scrollbar API

Click Scrollbar API

Click Scrollbar API

Howdy All . . .

Is there an API that will simulate the clicking of a scrollbar?

To explain . . . have an data entry form in MS Access where depending on user input its necessary to goto the last record. Getting there is no problem, its just that the record is at the top of the form.

I've noticed that if I just click the scrollbar as many records as can be displayed (with the last record on the botton) occurs . . . exactly what I'm looking for!

Your thoughts? . . .

See Ya! .  .  .  .  .  .

RE: Click Scrollbar API

Random thought...

SendKeys "{PGDN 100}"

RE: Click Scrollbar API

Take a look at the SetScrollInfo() function.  You pass it the handle to the scrollbar window, and a pointer to a SCROLLINFO structure.

If you're in Access, this may be difficult, as getting the handle to the scrollbar may be a ummm challenge.

Chip H.

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