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How do I enable my mouse wheel to scroll thru records in form view?

Posted on 2011-03-07
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In Access form view I want to be able to use my mouse wheel to scroll from one record to the next, either up or down.  It used to work in my earlier version of Access, but in 2010 it doesn't.
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The solution worked perfectly.  Thank you very much.
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