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MouseUp Event

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Scrolling does not in itself generate an event in Excel, Are MouseDown and

MouseUp, which initiate or termainate scrolling, events in Excel that could

trigger an action?

There must be some combination of MouseDown or Up in conjunction with

activate, Target,Row, ActiveWindow.ScrollRow, etc. that could be used to

trigger changing one word in my spreadshhet title block. My Target.Row or

ScrollRow is the one immediatelu below the frozen title block.

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    • If you check the Object Browser, you will there are no events for the Mouse

      (or scroll for that matter) that the Application/Worksheet exposes.

      If you were to perform the scroll yourself (from a button perhaps), then you

      would be in a position to react.

      NickHK

      "Paddler" <Paddler.excel.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      news:33CF673F-3F13-4A02-8CFE-4157FBDDB4B4.excel.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > Scrolling does not in itself generate an event in Excel, Are MouseDown

      and

      > MouseUp, which initiate or termainate scrolling, events in Excel that

      could

      > trigger an action?

      > There must be some combination of MouseDown or Up in conjunction with

      > activate, Target,Row, ActiveWindow.ScrollRow, etc. that could be used to

      > trigger changing one word in my spreadshhet title block. My Target.Row

      or

      > ScrollRow is the one immediatelu below the frozen title block.

      #1; Fri, 23 May 2008 02:11:00 GMT
    • The following thread describes a way of responding when a worksheet is

      scrolled.

      http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.excel.programming/browse_frm/thread/3edf7a833e442766

      Regards,

      Vic Eldridge

      "Paddler" wrote:

      > Scrolling does not in itself generate an event in Excel, Are MouseDown and

      > MouseUp, which initiate or termainate scrolling, events in Excel that could

      > trigger an action?

      > There must be some combination of MouseDown or Up in conjunction with

      > activate, Target,Row, ActiveWindow.ScrollRow, etc. that could be used to

      > trigger changing one word in my spreadshhet title block. My Target.Row or

      > ScrollRow is the one immediatelu below the frozen title block.

      #2; Fri, 23 May 2008 02:12:00 GMT