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BOOK: Stephens' C# Programming with Visual Studio 2010 24-Hour Trainer
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How do you create a HScollBar or VScrollBar.
I can't seem to find a "Common Control" that looks like a scroll bar.
Page 49 in the book
Code:
mouseHScrollBar.Value = e.X;
did not want to work for me.
What step have I missed ?
Hope you can assist.
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The HScrollBar and VScrollBar are two separate controls. If you right-click the Toolbox, you can select List View to see the names of the controls.

The icons for them are rally squashed so all you really see is the two arrows (up/down or left/right).

You may need to look in the All Windows Forms section of the Toolbox. I don't think the scroll bars are in the Common Controls section.
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