Make Vertical Scroll Bar Always Visible on Datasheet Subform

I have a subform in datasheet view.  I would like for the vertical scroll bar to always be visible regardless of the number of records displayed.

I have the Form property for Scroll Bar set to Vertial Only but it doesn't accomplish this.  I saw the ScrollBars property in VBA but I an not sure about the vertial scroll bar only part.

When I use the datasheet view is this property not available?
Kell5000Asked:
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Hi Kell5000,

WHen you are in datasheet view, many of the properties become stuck in the default.  You may be better off sticking
with a continuous view, which gives much better control.

Regards,

Patrick

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thenelsonCommented:
The scroll bars will display only when the data will not fit.  AFAIK, there is no way to change that behavior.  You can force it by adding bogus blank records.
stevbeCommented:
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    "You can force it by adding bogus blank records."  <-- lol ... you crack me up :-)
thenelsonCommented:
<OT back at you>

Although I often am tying to entertain (and sometimes am successful), this time I thought I was playing it reasonably straight.  But, hey, I'll take it anyway!!!

And I salute your laughter with a Friday evening drink. ...
Kell5000Author Commented:
Thanks guys for answering my question.  I knew if was possible one of you pro's would know a way around it...

I will split the points between all 3 answers...Patrick ann thenelson for the answers and steveb for the laugh.  
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