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Mouse scroll in VB Editor

By haycoconsulting ·
When I am using the Visual Basic Editor, my mouse wheel will scroll in the Properties window, the Project window, the Object Browser but I cannot make it scroll in the Code window.

Anyone else ever had this problem?

Yes, I have tried two different mice - same result.

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Easy points ... any ideas anyone?

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by katanabk In reply to Mouse scroll in VB Editor

i have the same problem at home and at work, it seems there is some conflict with certain mouse drivers. You didn't say what mouse/mice you tried but there is some info in msdn about Microsoft IntelliMouse. Do you have the latest & correct driver for your mouse? I tried to download and install the latest driver for my mouse at home, i clicked a link that said windows 2000 driver but when it downloaded, it said it was for windows 95 so i will try again and see what happens. I hope this helps.

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by katanabk In reply to Mouse scroll in VB Editor

Hi again,
iv'e downloaded and installed the latest driver for my mouse at home (which is a lindy mouse),
the wheel now works in the code window.
Hope this works for you. :-)

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ps. just done the same at work (downloaded and installed correct driver) and that now works too.

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by RRV In reply to Mouse scroll in VB Editor

Hi, I had the same problem and i fixed it easy.
Install microsoft scroll mouse software which is free download. open its properties. In buttons tab, select check box "Enable program specific-button settings" Click settings button next to it. in the appearing screen click add button. browse to pgm files\Ms Vis Stdio\Vb\Vb6.exe and select the exe. Now you should see Visual Basic in the listbox above the add button. And you are done with it.
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