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Using TEXTBOX --Setting Vertical Scrollbar to Bottom of Box?

Posted on 1998-11-19
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I am using a textbox in my app. I have turned on the multiline feature and enabled scrollbars to appear. The one thing i cant figure out is how to set the vertical scrollbar to the bottom of what is inside the textbox's text field.
The reason is because i continuously add more text into this textbox all the time via a text file from my hard drive. Every time i add more and more text into the box the scrollbar remains "fixed" at the top of the box which completely makes sense, but i am looking for an automatic way of tell it to set the vertical scrollbar to the very bottom of the box.
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Every time you add text to the box, set the focus to the text box and use the SendKeys statement with 'PGDN' (Page Down) to send a few page down keystroks to it.
Hope that helps.
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