Use PageDown Key and/or SendKeys

I have a five tab form with sub forms on each of the tab forms.  On TabA I have SubFormA that is a continuous form with no edit, no delete, no entry, no tab.  I would like to use the PageUp or PageDown key to "scroll" the continuous form, also would like to use the ArrowUp or ArrowDown to "scroll" and would like to create a PageUp Command Button and a PageDown Command Button to "Click - Scroll" thru the continuous sub form.  
My Questions, will the keyboard keys (Page or Arrow) work without any special code or controls.  What VBA code would be required to use a PageUp and PageDown with the keyboard key to "scroll" a continuous form.
On TabB I have SubFormB (Single Form) and SubFormC(Continuous Form).  Would the above buttons and code also work on SubFormC.
Thank you for your thoughts and resposes.
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Elad22Connect With a Mentor Commented:
To use then PageDown key you shell use an ASCII code of it.
Check in the Microsoft Access for more details.

Good luck!
Hi JerryPope.

Keep in mind, that some key behavior depends of database or form options settings.

On Menu->Tools->Options->Keybord Tab you'll find this options:
-Move After Enter (Don't move/Next Field/Next Record)
-Arrow Key Behavior (Next Field/Next Character)
-Cursor stop at First/Last Field

on Form options Other tab there are Cycle property that allow 3 options:
-All Records
-Current Record
-Current Page

Hope this helps,

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