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How can a text box be scrolled in the screen

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Hai Friends,
I am in the process of designing a project. On the startup screen I want a text box or a label scroll in the screen. I need help in writting code for the above.
==rajendran r
Jan 20 '13
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That would be a missing reference due to me using a newer version of access. You should be able to remove the broken reference and replace it with a newer one.

Try the following:
Open the access file
Hit Alt-F11 to open the VB editor.
Go Tools->References
You should now see a dialog box with a list of references.

I believe it is likely its the one highlight in blue that will have be missing/broken. Uncheck the reference, and find the one relevant to the version of access you are using. (There will only be one, unless you have multiple versions installed)
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Jan 27 '13 #11
rajendran r
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Sir, Thanks. I am using Access 2003 version. I could not locate the file named in your reply in the reference. However, I propose to load Access 2007 version in my system and try your code. Thank you.
Jan 28 '13 #12
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As I said:
Uncheck the reference, and find the one relevant to the version of access you are using.
Best of luck with your project.
Jan 28 '13 #13

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