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Hi Im using Visual Studio, making a windows application and want to make it so at the side it has a scroll bar that scroll down the entire form. I have added the Vertical Scroll bar but dont know how to attach it to the form properly. Please help.

Code so far:

C#
public frmNav()
{
    InitializeComponent();
}
private void btnOneToNine_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    Process.Start("frmOneToNine");
}
private void vScrollBar1_Scroll(object sender, ScrollEventArgs e)
{
}


As you can see there is a button and basically I want many many buttons and labels on the form but need more room, so a scroll bar is a nessisary.
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You may not need to add a ScrollBar. The Form has an AutoScroll property that handles most scenarios pretty well.
   
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WurmInfinity 27-Oct-10 11:17am
   
Hmmmm im gunna play with something and come back to you on that one
WurmInfinity 27-Oct-10 11:18am
   
Im actually retarded. Well I am a beginner so its all sorta falling into place, but yeah the autoscroll works wonders :D thanks
I hope this will help you

Vertical ScrollBar in C#
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WurmInfinity 27-Oct-10 10:41am
   
Already been trying to use that, cant make heads or tales of the bit where it says
First step to create a dynamic VScrollBar is to create an instance of VScrollBar class. The following code snippet creates a VScrollBar control object.

VScrollBar vScroller = new VScrollBar();

dunno were to place it

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