Posted on 2002-07-24
I'm using VB6 and have the following question:
How do I get rid of the vertical scrollbar on a list box? There is no option in the properties to turn them on/off, it just kicks in automatically when required.
I have seen how GetScrollInfo() and SetScrollInfo() API calls can get/set characteristics of the scrollbar state, e.g. the position, min value, max value, etc.
I would like to get rid of the scrollbar altogether (just hiding it would be adequate) because I would like to control the scrolling my self but without having to create my own control. I know a way I can simulate it without actually using a listbox but I'd like to avail of some of the other features a listbox provides without having to program these again.
Does anyone know how to get rid of the scrollbars on a listbox?
Or of another listbox control that has the ability to hide scrollbars?