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How do I scroll to the top of a browser (IE)

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Easy one for those that have done this. No luck on the helps/forums for me.

Open IE, make it quarter screen, scroll the screen to the bottom.

How do I scroll the screen to the top using autoit command?

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If nothing else works you could try sending ctrl-home



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You are a chuffing genius!

That's perfect.

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Hey if you wanta be a real expert at the Scroll Game in Autoit... do what Dale told me to do.. and it works... now I feel that I am not an expert but extremely knowledgable in the Scroll Arena... so here it is...

1. Goto the major search section of Autoit.. but clicking the gear wheel on the right side of the search box.

2. type scroll in the box

3. type daleholm in the author box (since he is the scroll man elite)

4. you are done...

There is so much scroll stuff there you will be gone for a week... but you will get real smart real quick..

Kinda like give a man a fish and he will be eat today... teach him how to fish and he will eat every day..

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Probably will want to spell my name correctly or you won't find much :oops:

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Kinda like give a man a fish and he will be eat today... teach him how to fish and he will eat every day..

Teach a developer how to fish and you'll empty the ocean.....


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