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Uncontrolled scrolling in excel

Within a published excel application in a Citrix environment, users of our S30's are experiencing uncontrolled scrolling in excel. For example, when someone attempts to select roughly one page of cells to copy, format, whatever, when the mouse is dragged over the area to select, the selection process "runs wild" and selects everything within the document (no matter how long) and cannot be stopped. Initial thoughts were a problem with the mouse or keyboard. I've swapped both out and still have issues. Any thoughts?

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Re: uncontrolled scrolling in excel

Good morning, we just had the same problem.

The only thing that fixed it was to re-flash the units with the most current version of windows CE. As soon as we did that, the scrolling issue - and a lot of other annoying bugs - went away.

Good luck

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Re: uncontrolled scrolling in excel

You System has been attacked by a virus or bug try scanning your PC in safe mode with the latest dat file of MC afee or trend micro. I have faced a similar problem recently and and have got rid of it this way only. Good Luck

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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