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How to automatically scrolldown to the bottom of a grid?

Posted on 2001-06-18
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On a form I have drag and dropped a flexgrid, and with that grid, lots of records have been entered, so many records, in fact, that a vertical scrollbar appeared.
My question is "how do I make it so that when the form is loaded, it is by default, scrolldown to the last entry of the record? "
thanks.
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here is what I used:

  FlexGrid.SetFocus
  SendKeys "^{END}", True

hope that helps!
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could I ask why its graded as a B? just wondering...
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by:tomboman
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well, because I had to modify your code a little bit. as follow:

FlexGrid.SetFocus
SendKeys "^{PGDN}", True

In order to scrolldown to the BOTTOM of the grid.

I remember when my teacher told me, if I didn't answer the question, doesn't matter how good the answer is, you won't get the full mark. (or did I not made myself clear? in that case, it would have been my fault) anyway, I really appreciate you for answering my question. If it means a lot to you, I wish I could regrade the answer, somehow.
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