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Access 2000 Subform Dataview Scrollbar scrolls too far

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Thanks in advance to anyone who may be able to help me!
I have a Subform control using the Dataview viewing method to display
records. The problem is (and even though this seems tedious it is
buggying me to death lol) when you use the vertical scrollbar to see
the last field in the Subform, it allows you to continue to scroll
past the last field in the Subform into a 'grey' area. I think being
able to see the 'grey' area looks unprofessional and the horizontal
scrollbar does the same thing when you scroll to the bottom past the
last record. Does anyone know a fix or work-around for this? THANKS
AGAIN!!

Wes
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Does anyone out there have any advice on preventing a Subform
scrollbars from scrolling past the column fields (horizontal
scrollbar) and row fields (vertical scrollbar)? TIA!

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Thanks in advance to anyone who may be able to help me!
I have a Subform control using the Dataview viewing method to display
records. The problem is (and even though this seems tedious it is
buggying me to death lol) when you use the vertical scrollbar to see
the last field in the Subform, it allows you to continue to scroll
past the last field in the Subform into a 'grey' area. I think being
able to see the 'grey' area looks unprofessional and the horizontal
scrollbar does the same thing when you scroll to the bottom past the
last record. Does anyone know a fix or work-around for this? THANKS
AGAIN!!

Wes

Nov 12 '05 #2

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