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SCROLLBAR control

Defines a scroll-bar control. The control is a rectangle that contains a scroll box and has direction arrows at both ends. The scroll-bar control sends a notification message to its parent whenever the user clicks the mouse in the control. The parent is responsible for updating the scroll-box position. Scroll-bar controls can be positioned anywhere in a window and used whenever needed to provide scrolling input.

SCROLLBAR id, x, y, width, height [, style [, extended-style]]

style

Zero or a combination of the following styles: WS_TABSTOP, WS_GROUP, and WS_DISABLED.

In addition to these styles, the style parameter may contain a combination (or none) of the SCROLLBAR-class styles.

If you do not specify a style, the default style is SBS_HORZ.

For more information about the general syntax of a control statement, see Common Control Parameters. Note that you cannot specify text for this control.

Examples

The following example demonstrates the use of the SCROLLBAR statement:

#define IDC_SCROLLBARV                  1010

SCROLLBAR IDC_SCROLLBARV, 7, 55, 187, 44, SBS_VERT

See also

Scroll Bars

 

 

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