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Pocket PC Form ScrollBars appears when SIP is up

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Hi!

im developing an application for Pocket PC Plattform with visual Studio 2005.
I 've ha form full of textBoxes and, when i try to write the ones at the bottom of the form,
SIP appears and i can't see my textBox because is under the SIP, but no scrollbar appears to let me see what am i writting.

Im using VB.NET technology.

Anyone knows what to do to scrollbars appears?
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Question by:Synth2
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Hi,

I found a sample, but in c#:
http://www.businessanyplace.net/?p=code#scrollform

I can help you to translate to VB .Net.
It seems to be easy, few lines of code and you probably find the way quickly even if the code is in c#.

Hope this helps.
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