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How to make Rich Text Box auto-scroll to bottom

Posted on 2000-04-05
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I have a Rich Text Box on a form.
I have a REFRESH button that does RichTextBox1.FileName = "r:\user\general\urlloc\urlloc3.txt"
It refreshes, but always leaves me at the TOP of the file. I want it to put me at the end./??
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change the .selstart location to len(rtb1.text)

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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    RichTextBox1.LoadFile "c:\bootlog.txt", rtfText
    RichTextBox1.SelStart = Len(RichTextBox1.Text)
End Sub
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mark2150 had it first. Thanks guys
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