ASP.Net VB.Net Multi line Textbox scrolled till bottom


We have an ASP.Net VB.Net web application(.net framework 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003).
We would like to display a Usage policy on the webform which is about 6 pages long. Once the user scrolls all the way to the bottom I would enable the accept and reject buttons.

My question is how can I find out that the user has scrolled all the way to the bottom of the rich text box?
Please advise.

Thanks.


Ricky66Asked:
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blandyukCommented:
I wouldn't beat around the bush trying to do this, simply have a checkbox say "I agree the above terms and conditions", default is unselected. The reason I say this is most users will simply scroll to the bottom without reading it anyway, so no point in making it complicated.
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Ricky66Author Commented:
Cool I will try that. BTW, is Rich Text box the way to go or are there other better controls to display contents from a 6 page word document.

Thanks!
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Shahan AyyubSenior Software EngineerCommented:
If you will try external Verticle Scroll bars so you can limit user not to scroll for a large value and until the current value not equals to max value donot enable ACCEPT button.


It is just an idea may be not a favourable one.
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blandyukCommented:
I would use the Rich Textbox control as its much simpler to use than embedding a Word object into your form. Depends really if you content contains images etc.
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Ricky66Author Commented:
Thanks!
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