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I downloaded Access Mouse Scroll Hook from www.lebans.com. I have
Windows 2000 and Access 2000. It did not work on my machine. I copied
the dll to c:\Winnt\system folder and then opened the database in 2000
(I converted the database to 2000 in order to test it). I havent
copied any code to my application yet since it did not work yet.
Is it supposed to be only for A97? I didnt think so. Please guide me
if I am doing anything wrong.
-Niranjan
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Did you at least copy the code behind the sample Form into your own
form? YOu have to call a function in the DLL in order to turn off the
MouseWheel.
Finally, just copy the DLL into the same folder as your MDB.

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I downloaded Access Mouse Scroll Hook from www.lebans.com. I have
Windows 2000 and Access 2000. It did not work on my machine. I copied
the dll to c:\Winnt\system folder and then opened the database in 2000
(I converted the database to 2000 in order to test it). I havent
copied any code to my application yet since it did not work yet.
Is it supposed to be only for A97? I didnt think so. Please guide me
if I am doing anything wrong.
-Niranjan


Nov 12 '05 #2

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Stephen Lebans wrote:
Did you at least copy the code behind the sample Form into your own
form? YOu have to call a function in the DLL in order to turn off the
MouseWheel.
Finally, just copy the DLL into the same folder as your MDB.


Hi Stephen: Can you describe MouseWheel.DLL Hell or what your utility
corrects? A person I do work for has a trackball....I think he may rapidly
scroll through records which can create a problem. Does yours work with
trackballs?
Nov 12 '05 #3

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