A single-line scrolling window is created when the small line item or the big line item is set to use the entire scrolling window area. When used in this way, a scrolling window displays only one record of information at a time.
Single-line scrolling windows are used for data entry when many fields are required for each record. The single-line layout allows a logical organization of fields and provides more area for prompts.
The Payroll Transaction Entry window in Microsoft Dynamics GP uses a single-line scrolling window.
When a scrolling window displays only a single line, the scroll bar is automatically hidden. Push buttons in the scrolling window are typically used to move to the next or previous records. The change scripts attached to these push buttons use the Window_ScrollScrollingWindow() function to perform the scrolling.