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Is it possible to force a Works database file to scroll to the top row when it is opened?

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On a Windows 7 platform, I frequently use a Microsoft Works 2000 database file, and there is a minor annoyance with it.  It always opens at the lowest row, requiring scrolling to the top.  If there is a simple way to make it open at the top, I'd like to try that.  I know that this is an obsolete file type, but I'm accustomed to it and comfortable with it, and I'd like to continue using it. The database file can't be attached to this question, but it can be downloaded at www.mauitradewinds.com/test.wdb
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