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Scroll in Datagrid with mousewheel

Hi folks.
I have a problem with a Datatgrid.
When my User selects a row in the Datagrid he is able to scroll through the
Grid by using the Mousewheel.
The prob is that when the selectedrow is scrolled out of the grid u cannot
use the mousewheel to scroll anymore.

Does anyone know zhis prob and maybe has a solution?
Nov 21 '05 #1
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the solution :

AddHandler Me.dataGrid1.Mo useWheel, addressof dataGrid1_Mouse Wheel

Private Sub dataGrid1_Mouse Wheel(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As

Me.dataGrid1.Se lect()

End Sub

"Marcel Sengers" wrote:
Hi folks.
I have a problem with a Datatgrid.
When my User selects a row in the Datagrid he is able to scroll through the
Grid by using the Mousewheel.
The prob is that when the selectedrow is scrolled out of the grid u cannot
use the mousewheel to scroll anymore.

Does anyone know zhis prob and maybe has a solution?

Nov 21 '05 #2

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