Scroll Bars

Use scroll bars to navigate through the rows and columns in your 1010data tables and worksheets.

If an entire table or worksheet cannot be displayed in the browser window (which is most likely the case for tables or worksheets of any substantial size), you will see scroll bars on the side or the bottom of the table.

Vertical Scroll Bar

The vertical scroll bar is used for traversing the rows of your table. The light gray portion of the slide shows the current position in the table, and its size indicates the percentage of rows that are currently being displayed. (For tables with large numbers of rows, it will appear extremely thin.)

The other controls have the following behavior:

Go up one row.
Go up one page.
Go to the top of the table.
Go down one row.
Go down one page.
Go to the bottom of the table.

You may go directly to any point in the table by clicking within the darker gray parts of the scroll bar. The top edge of the slide bar will move to the point where you click.

Horizontal Scroll Bar

The horizontal scroll bar is used for traversing the columns of your table. The light gray portion of the slide shows the current position in the table, and its size indicates the percentage of columns that are currently being displayed.

The other controls have the following behavior:

Go left one column.
Go left one page.
Go to the first column in the table.
Go right one column.
Go right one page.
Go to the last column in the table.

You may go directly to any point in the table by clicking within the darker gray parts of the scroll bar. The left edge of the slide bar will move to the point where you click.

Note: Fixed columns will remain visible at all times, regardless of how far you scroll to the right.