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I have been trying to create a procedure to get the scroll position of an access window, without success

Could someone give me some sample code to get the scroll position of a standard vertical scrollbar in an access (datasheet) form?

Thanks in Advance

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I am using MS Access 2000 on windows XP professional
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and there is this, probably better for you I reckon
http://www.lebans.com/SelectRow.htm

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