Thanks a lot Eugene.
It's a possibility, but I can't modify the height of the HTML page, we use an ASP page for show all the company displays (about 500), and that change would affect all them.
Thank you very much Eugene, I will try it.
Hi again Eugene,
Unfortunately it does not work, perhaps because the size of the chart is modified after building the htm page.
I've created a new page htm:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
<title>Pagina nueva 1</title>
<iframe src ="http://proyecto-net.es.fmi.com/proyecto%20pi/SharePoint/PDIsStandardSPS.asp?ID=464" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="yes" marginwidth="1" marginheight="1" name="I1" border="2" frameborder="0">
<p>Su navegador no permite Iframes</p>
The page is well built, but as the display initially contains only two buttons on the upper left corner, the scroll bar is disabled and is not activated after the change in height.
My initial question was more in the sense of forcing ActiveView to show the vertical scroll bar, but this seemed like a good solution, which seems to serve.
Unfortunately I can't find a way to natively force ActiveView to show a scrollbar.
Following on from Eugene's suggestion, this is not a great solution but perhaps you could modify the source to have some kind of invisible, tall object (like an empty div) so that there would be a scrollbar to start with? You can then get rid of it when you call whatever it is that displays the PDI.
Thanks so much Samuel,
I fear me that this solution does not solve the problem, however I have found a solution of the same type sizing up the ActiveX Control ActiveView inserted into the htm page, that the end is thus:
<div style="position:absolute; left=0; top=-2"><font size=1 face=Verdana color=#DBDBDB>pdi nº 464</font></div>
<object id="Pbd1" width="100%" height="4000px" classid="CLSID:4F26B906-2854-11D1-9597-00A0C931BFC8">
Pbd1.DisplayURL = "http://intranet-ac.es.fmi.com/sites/ProduccionCMH/PI/Varios/GraficadoTags.pdi"