MDI form, grid, text box .
Specifies whether an object has horizontal or vertical scroll bars; read-only at run time.
For an MDI form, the ScrollBars property settings are:
True (Default) The form has a horizontal or vertical scroll bar, or both.
False The form has no scroll bars.
For a grid and text box, the ScrollBars property settings are:
0 (Default) None
For a text box with settings 1 (Horizontal), 2 (Vertical), or 3 (Both), you must set the MultiLine property to True.
At run time, the Windows environment automatically implements a standard keyboard interface to allow navigation in text box controls with the arrow keys, the Home and End keys, and so on.
Scroll bars appear on an object only if its contents extend beyond the object's borders. For example, in an MDI form, if part of a child form is hidden behind the border of the parent MDI form, a horizontal scroll bar appears. Similarly, a vertical scroll bar appears on a grid control when it can't display all of its rows; a vertical scroll bar appears on a text box when it can't display all of its lines of text. If ScrollBars is set to False, the object will not have scroll bars, regardless of its contents.
If no horizontal scroll bar is specified for a text box and MultiLine is True, the text will automatically wrap even if the WordWrap property is False.
Integer (Enumerated or Boolean)
Chapter 3, "Creating and Using Controls"