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Posted on 1998-07-14
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I have an OLE object in a picturebox.  I want to scroll it vertically I am using the following code:

Private Sub VScroll1_Change()

OLE1.Move -1 * VScroll1.Value

End Sub

My ole object is scrolling side to side instead of up and down....

Any suggestions???
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Use OLE1.Move 0, -1 * VScroll1.Value

The first argument of Move is the Left Value the second is the top
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Thanks Very Much.....It works now.....
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