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Scrolls a row field member up by the specified number of pixels, or until the next row member has been scrolled to the top of the display.
expression.MoveTop(Top, TopOffset, Update)
expression Required. An expression that returns a PivotData object.
Top Required PivotRowMember object. The row member to scroll.
TopOffset Required Long. The number of pixels to scroll the member.
Update Optional Boolean. Determines whether or not the display is updated. The default value is True.
Use the MoveLeft property to scroll column field members.
This example scrolls the PivotTable view to the next row member.
Sub ScrolltoNextRowMember() Dim ptData Set ptConstants = PivotTable1.Constants Set ptData = PivotTable1.ActiveData ' Scroll to the next row member. ptData.MoveTop ptData.Top, 1000 End Sub