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Using Scroll mouse to control a recordset.

Posted on 2004-09-12
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Hi, I would like to use the scroll wheel of the mouse to move a recordset to the next or previous record. Is there any way to do this and how?

Thanks in advance
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Question by:Valadas2
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by:anv
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u'll have to code in the

form_MouseWheel Event for this
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by:Valadas2
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Well I don't see that... I have MouseDown, MouseMouse, MouseUp only.
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by:Valadas2
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Oops, I mean MouseMove not MouseMouse...
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