Window.LargeScroll Method (Word)
Scrolls a window or pane by the specified number of screens.
expression Required. A variable that represents a 'Window' object.
|Down||Optional||Variant||The number of screens to scroll the window down.|
|Up||Optional||Variant||The number of screens to scroll the window up.|
|ToRight||Optional||Variant||The number of screens to scroll the window to the right.|
|ToLeft||Optional||Variant||The number of screens to scroll the window to the left.|
This method is equivalent to clicking just before or just after the scroll boxes on the horizontal and vertical scroll bars.
If Down and Up are both specified, the window is scrolled by the difference of the arguments. For example, if Down is 2 and Up is 4, the window is scrolled up two screens. Similarly, if ToLeft and ToRight are both specified, the window is scrolled by the difference of the arguments.
Any of these arguments can be a negative number. If no arguments are specified, the window is scrolled down one screen.
This example scrolls the active window down one screen.
This example splits the active window and then scrolls up two screens and to the right one screen.
With ActiveDocument.ActiveWindow .Split = True .LargeScroll Up:=2, ToRight:=1 End With