Excel VBA  Scroll top section of a split window

Posted on 2014-11-21
Last Modified: 2014-11-21
I am trying to use the following VBA code to split an Excel window and then scroll down to row 100
in the bottom section of the screen but it scrolls in the top section. How do I scroll the bottom section

   With ActiveWindow
        .SplitColumn = 0
        .SplitRow = 14
    End With
    ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=100
Question by:murbro
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With ActiveWindow
        .SplitColumn = 0
        .SplitRow = 14
    End With
    ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=100

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Thanks very much
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by:Martin Liss
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You're welcome and I'm glad I was able to help.

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Thanks Marty. Appreciate the help

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