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  Asked By: Rufus    Date: Jan 14    Category: MS Office    Views: 1025

Just in case some of you didn't know (like me) the VBE does support a scroll
mouse which makes it so much easier zip up and down your code.




7 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Erma Henry     Answered On: Jan 14

At least this looks like a better solution than their previous "move to
an obsolete mouse  driver" solution.

I've been using a little program called VBScroll. It's easy to install and
works well, but needs to run in the background. This MS link might provide
a tidier solution.

Answer #2    Answered By: Fabiola Ferrrari     Answered On: Jan 14

Thanks for this one. I find it a bit erratic in its movements (well, it
seems to scroll  by pages rather than 3 lines) but it is a great improvement.

Answer #3    Answered By: Edith Mcdonald     Answered On: Jan 14

It work fine here scrolling one line at a time.

I do have a Microsoft scroll  mouse so maybe that's why it works.

I did try messing around with the scroll speed in control panel which does make
a difference.

Try setting it to the lowest value.

Answer #4    Answered By: Blas Fischer     Answered On: Jan 14

have a look at VBScroll - http://www.gasanov.net/VBScroll.asp - which
allows you to control the amount of scroll. I find it most comfortable when
set to "1 lines at [a] time"

Answer #5    Answered By: Tara Ryan     Answered On: Jan 14

This is actually better in that you can configure it more easily.

Anything to make life easier.

Why didn't the might MS not include it as part of excel?

Answer #6    Answered By: Sam Anderson     Answered On: Jan 14

I find this thread "curious".
I've got a old IBM optical scoll mouse.
When I installed it, I went into the mouse  icon on the Control Panel,
went to the "wheel" tab and changed it to (1) line at a time.
I've been using it in the VBE editor for SEVERAL years, and never knew there
was ever any other way!

Answer #7    Answered By: Mehreen Malik     Answered On: Jan 14

Yep. It's a new "feature".

IIRC Previously, the Microsoft "solution" to this problem had been to back
out the mouse  driver to an old level - quite possibly the one you're using

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