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Access - Vertical Line by Line Scrolling

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Is there a way to make a datasheet in MSAccess scroll one line at a time, similar to how Excel works if you implement single line scrolling?

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 2000 total points
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Do you mean by using the scroll wheel on a mouse? Or are you referring to something else?

You can use the up/down arrow keys to move one line up or down. Other than that, the scroll metrics are determined by several different factors, including any settings that may be present in the system properties of the machine. For example I have a Logitech mouse and can enter how fast/slow I want things to go when I move the scroll wheel.
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Yes, I'm talking about the scroll wheel on the mouse. There is genera Windows setting under mice that lets us choose single line scrolling; the only program we can't make it work is in Access.
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