Does anyone know how to use AutoScroll/setAutoScroll on a form in VB 6.0 (DAO).  I have a form which displays columns that go beyond the display area at the bottom.  I know there are other alternatives like using a grid or text box to display the data.  But the way my data and graphs are arranged on the form, it would be ideal if I could get that form to scroll.  It seems to be easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than to get a form to scroll.   Is there any possibility at all?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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You mean you want the form to scroll?

Like a webpage?
JannyAuthor Commented:
Thanks blinkomania,

Yes, that is precisely what I mean.  I want the form to scroll like a web page.

Try this too.

I think this one is more helpful.

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