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fast scrolling function in access 2010 forms appears to be removed

What happened to the fast scrolling function when you hold the previous or next record button on the navigation button bar on the bottom of a form? Access 2007/2010 , it seems, has this convenient feature disabled. Is there a way to turn that feature on or off somewhere? I have not found anything in the properties setting of a form or in the option settings.
Windows Server 2003Microsoft AccessMicrosoft Office

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Jeffrey Coachman

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I forgot to mention that I already knew that. I was hoping there is a fix somewhere
Jeffrey Coachman

OK, so keep the Q open for other experts until perhaps Tuesday or so...

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 Don't believe there is one.


I believe Lebans free download for custom record navigation buttons using the autorepeat property will give you the fast scrolling you are looking for.

The link below has instructions and code snippets for navigation buttons that may or may not be useful.
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