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Disable mouse wheel in Access2000

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I am using Access 2000, I'd like to disable the mouse wheel, but there isn't an event that manage this. Haw can i disable it on form's activation?
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It has functioned on the first shot.
Good. Very GOOD
bye and Thank you.
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Thanks for the Q & Points Opataffo.

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