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Adding a UIScrollview as a subview

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I've got a view with it's own view controller. I've instantiated my UIScrollview theScroller and placed a UIScrollview on the view. I've CTRL dragged from the the Files Owner to the scroll view and theScroller does not appear.

I've also added the CGSize command to the didload method to define the size but it's still not scrolling.

How do I get it scrolling?

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From my point of view, everything's explained very well here:
CodeProject. How To Use UIScrollView in Your iPhone App
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/46556/How-To-Use-UIScrollView-in-Your-iPhone-App.aspx
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You're right, it's all explained there.
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