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Want to scroll in a datagrid with mouse wheel ??

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Can someone offer any code that would allow users to use their wheel on the mouse to scroll
up and down in a datagrid.

Running Visual Studio 6 w/ SP5 Access2K DB on Windows 2000

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just3082
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