VBA code to set specific scroll height in userform

Mikeymike_W

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Hi there,

In my userform i have several textboxes which are made visible by clicking a command button and then invisible by clicking another command button. When I close the textbox (make invisible) the userform position changes and it scrolls half way up the form. Is there a way to set a specific scroll height in the code for the close button to counter this or perhaps theres another way to stop this from happening?

Many thanks for your help,

Mike
 

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