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Most people hated the old behaviour - we get *lots* of questions asking how to turn it off. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Does anyone know how to turn this function off and just allow the Flywheel to scroll down the page rather than going to the next record? Quote 5th Apr 201522:00 #3 Bjs View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Feb 2004 Location : Australia 3 seconds in google brings this from ms have a peek here

Taffycat posted Nov 14, 2016 at 9:04 AM WCG Stats Monday 14 November 2016 WCG Stats posted Nov 14, 2016 at 8:00 AM Property sheet takes forever to load John Deakin To verify Access understands it, choose Compile on the Debug menu (in the code window.) Save the module, with a name such as abjMouseWheel. (The module name is not important, but Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,822 IT Pros & Developers. My issue was whenever I clicked in a subform, I lost the scroll ability in the main form. Clicking Here

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The time now is 07:36. Access opens a new module. If you have a form that is longer than the viewing area, it's a good idea to use the tab control to separate the form into sections and relieve the user Browse more Microsoft Access / VBA Questions on Bytes Question stats viewed: 6782 replies: 6 date asked: May 12 '09 Follow this discussion BYTES.COM 2016 Formerly "TheScripts.com" from 2005-2008 About

CahabaDataView Member Profile Aug 30 2010, 01:30 PM Post#6Posts: 184Joined: 14-January 10From: Birmingham ALthis should help you out:http://allenbrowne.com/ser-70.html jwhiteView Member Profile Aug 30 2010, 01:35 PM Post#7UtterAccess VIPPosts: 5,628Joined: 31-August 06From: PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Access > Microsoft Access > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links It does nothing in a previous version or in another view where the mouse scroll still works. not when the actual root of the problem had to do with the poor design of the wheel-mouse, having no real click-stop (for lack of better term) so it was easy

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Thanks for your help. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Good luck« Next Oldest· Access Q and A· Next Newest »Display Mode: Standard · Switch to: · Switch to: OutlineTrack this topic ·Email this topic · Print this topic · Subscribe May 12 '09 #2 reply Expert 2.5K+ P: 3,532 missinglinq Beacon is correct on all points!

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Best regards, Andrew > I believe that's considered a feature of the new version, Andrew. and ideas on how to fix that , I have been searching high and low with no luck , any help would be great , thanks by the way we are Access Mouse Wheel Scroll Records practically invisible but without disable the .Visible property) It should then work. Access Scroll Through Records at work, i have office pro on two machines, A 2003 and B 2010.

RunCommand IIf(lngCount < 0&, acCmdRecordsGoToPrevious, acCmdRecordsGoToNext) DoMouseWheel = Sgn(lngCount) End If Exit_Handler: Exit Function Err_Handler: Select Case Err.Number Case 2046& 'Can't move before first, after last, etc. navigate here It must, however, be carefully designed. No, create an account now. I'm not sure how much experience you have with VBA, but if you need additional customization, tab controls work a little differently than your typical control.

You will have to access the tab control first, then access the pages on the tab control to add functionality. How can I make this happen? It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Check This Out The problem is simple: Mouse wheel doesn't scroll records in the Form view.

The code Public Function DoMouseWheel(frm As Form, lngCount As Long) As Integer On Error GoTo Err_Handler 'Purpose: Make the MouseWheel scroll in Form View in Access 2007 and later. ' This Paste in the code below into the module. I hope this helps anyone else with this issue.

I believe you can still >> scroll through records using the mouse wheel if you position the pointer >> over the scroll bar. (I'm using a notebook with a touchpad, no

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06-29-2009, 02:41 PM #2 missinglinq AWF VIP Join Date: Jun 2003 Location: Richmond (Virginia that is!) To do this, enable your database, or move it to a trusted location. I want what that page refers to as the default mouse functions in Access 2007, but I don't have them. And most experienced developers will tell you that you should never have a Single View Form so long that it requires scrolling!

To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. Finally we set the return value to the sign of the Count argument, so the calling procedure can tell whether we moved record. I went to the link indicated in one reply on their site, http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/download...spx?category=MK, and downloaded the driver. this contact form in forms view (I design many forms) for 2003 the wheel mouse scrolling works.

May 15 '09 #7 reply Message Cancel Changes Post your reply Join Now >> Sign in to post your reply or Sign up for a free account. The form is very long, and everyone is used to scrolling down the page via the flywheel on the mouse, however when doing this it does NOT scroll down the form, Yours came in while I was writing the reply to his.Regarding your suggestion - I can find an exceptions under properties related to the mouse. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

This is okay, but it could potentially take up needed space on the form. I'm constantly creating Access reports and working with databases, so I need to find a better solution. Ex: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers TabCtl.Pages(1).Visible=False'Willhidethepageonthetabcontrol TabCtl.Pages(3).Caption="Donkey"'Willchangethedisplaynameofthepage Hope this helps... see below.

This caused a range of problems: incomplete records were saved, and people were confused about why their record disappeared when they bumped the mouse. Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Computer Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / General discussions i had that problem too, back in the early days of access 2003, but solved it by getting a real mouse.