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How to automatically scroll up to the Form

I have a form with 2 tabs and a header.
Tab1 has some text fields on it and button.
At form load the 2nd tab is not visible.

When i enter some text in the fields under Tab1 and then click the button, the set focus is set to Tab 2 and tab1 disappears.
the problem is that when the tab 2 appears, the form does not scroll to the top. Instead the scroll bars remain in the middle.

Is there way, that when i click the button, the scroll bars are automatically set to the top of the form.

Please help.
Jul 24 '07 #1
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The ususal problem, when this happens, is that the first control to get focus is down far enough on the form, or in this case the tabbed page, that Access has to scroll down to make it visible. When you move to the second tabbed page, try setting focus to a control at the top of the page.

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Jul 24 '07 #2

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