ScrollLimit Property


set the {horizontal | vertical} scrollLimit of
<dataSheet | pickList | dataSheet> to <integer> Applies to datasheets, pickLists


The scrollLimit property determines the last row or column of a dataSheet or pickList or dataSheet that can be viewed by scrolling. The "last" row means the bottommost fully visible row; the "last" column means the rightmost fully visible column. The horizontal scrollLimit can be any integer from 1 to 256. The default value is 256. The vertical scrollLimit can be any integer from 1 to 2048. The default value is 2048.


If the dataScroll property is set to true, the user will be able to scroll to the scrollLimit or the last row or column containing data, whichever is less.


set the collabels of lst "test" to true set the horizontal scroll of lst "test" to true Resize the pickList so that only the first two columns are visible. Try scrolling horizontally; you should be able to see the data in all of the columns. Now enter the following line in the Message Box: set the horizontal scrollLimit of lst "test" to 2
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