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Posted on 1998-07-29
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Hi,
  I trying to use the vertical scroll bar in my UI to navigate between records in an Access Table. The value property
works fine but how do i scroll between the first record and the last record in both directions so i may be able to see
the entire table? Is there any way to display the record number too like the one in Access table wizard? Any help ??
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Question by:ravicha
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by:shchuka
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Can you clarify a little bit more on that?

Do you want to display the record number of the current record or do you want to display the number of records?  or what?
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blwatkins earned 50 total points
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A standard Scroll bar from MS, doesn't have the ability to show a pop value like Access.

But,

Answer 1..
I assume you are using a data control.

  The first step is to set the max property to the value of the number of records in your recordset:

  Put the following in your from_Activate event:

     Data1.recordset.movelast
     Data1.Recordset.movefirst    
     Vscroll1.max = data1.recordset.recordcount

  Then in the Vscroll1's change event put the following code:

        Text1.Text = VScroll1.Value & " of " & vscroll1.max
        Data1.Recordset.AbsolutePosition = VScroll1.Value
 
  The text1.text will say "1 of # of records" this will give the user the recordnumber he/she is on.


Thanks I hope this works for you....


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by:ravicha
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Thanks blwatkins. It works!!
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by:ravicha
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Hi shchuka, i want to display the record number like "Record #1" , "Record #2" ..etc. and the contents of that record in the text boxes too. How do we do that??
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by:blwatkins
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Do you still have unanswered questions about this?

"Record #1" etc....


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