ScrollBars Property [Access 2003 VBA Language Reference]
You can use the ScrollBars property to specify whether scroll bars appear on a form or in a text box control. Read/write Byte.
expression Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.
The ScrollBars property uses the following settings.
|Neither (forms) |
None (text boxes)
|0||(Default for text boxes) No scroll bars appear on the form or text box.|
|Horizontal Only (forms)||1||Horizontal scroll bar appears on the form. Not applicable to text boxes.|
|Vertical Only (forms) |
Vertical (text boxes)
|2||Vertical scroll bar appears on the form or text box.|
|Both (forms)||3||(Default for forms) Vertical and horizontal scroll bars appear on the form. Not applicable to text boxes.|
For a text box, you can set the default for this property by using the default control style or the DefaultControl property in Visual Basic.
If your form is larger than the available display window, you can use the ScrollBars property to allow the user to view the entire form.
You can use the NavigationButtons property to control record navigation.