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reginaldmerritt
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Hi

I use a subform on a mainform as a type of menu selection. I want to keep the subform in the middle of the screen when the mainform horizontal scroll bar is moved.

Is there an event on the horizontal scroll bar I can use?

What method is used to move a subform on a main form?

Thanks
Jul 30 '12
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twinnyfo
3,653 Recognized Expert Moderator Specialist
MS Excel..... but not for Access apparently...

I guess you could "make" a scrollbar in your form, that would just move a small box along a continuum using scroll buttons.....
Aug 8 '12 #11
zmbd
5,501 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
"stand-alone scrollbar object in Access"
Poor choice of names by MS for this control. It is also found in Excel as a "form control" that you can place on a worksheet… as to why it’s not directly available in Access… once again the genius of Microsoft.

This is NOT a windows Scroll-bar.

This is a slider type control along the same lines as the spinner-buttons (think slider volume control or dimmer switch etc.) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr.../gg278467.aspx

To get this control on an access form… insert an active-x



- This control is only vertical from what I can tell...
- Getting the events to fire for it within Access is a hit and miss. Works great in excel; however, I prefer the spinner buttons... which brings us to:
- There are a lot easier controls for users to use.

And... there you go.

-z
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Aug 8 '12 #12
twinnyfo
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Thanks, z! I knew there had to be some way to use it....
Aug 8 '12 #13
reginaldmerritt
201 New Member
Thanks, I knew there had to be some Activex control, i'm sure there has to be a horizontal control out there somewhere too.
Aug 9 '12 #14
twinnyfo
3,653 Recognized Expert Moderator Specialist
Reginald,

Just resize the control so that it is wider than it is tall and it becomes a horizontal scrollbar.....
Aug 9 '12 #15
zmbd
5,501 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
the one I've shown doesn't work that way... it only goes top to bottom... making wider only makes the button wider.

there is no horizontal standalone that I can find.

unless there is a windows api call there's not much more to add.

-z
Aug 9 '12 #16
twinnyfo
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I'm using Access 2007, same ActiveX Control.....
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Aug 9 '12 #17
zmbd
5,501 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
Very interesting...
when I tried it, that did not happen... the control simply became wider!
I'll have to give it w whirl again and see if I can get it to do the same thing!
-z
Aug 9 '12 #18
zmbd
5,501 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
Well...
Worked on my Office-PC just as twinnyfo suggested.
I would then think that one could use the on-enter/got-focus events to pull the control's current value. Depending on the complexity of the form you might then use the Updateevent to do a smooth scoll using the idea by reginaldmerritt in post #5 or use the on-exit/lost-focus event to get the control's updated value to do a final "snap" to...

-z
(now why didn't that work at home? same program, same revision level... Look, that rabbit's got a vicious streak a mile wide! It's a killer! )
Aug 9 '12 #19

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