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The first parameter of OnScroll() is composed of two parts; a low-order byte for horizontal scrolling, and high-order byte for vertical scrolling.

For vertical scrolling to top, you should use like that.

OnScroll(MAKEWORD(0, SB_TOP), 0, TRUE);

But. if the form has horizontal scrollbar, you will have another problem because of design of that function. SB_LINEUP or SB_LINELEFT is defined as 0. And the function runs in both direction at one whack. That means 0 in high-order byte will be interpreted horizontal line left at the same time. So, you will have unwanted left scroll with above call.

You may have to call again to keep the horizontal position unchanged.

OnScroll(MAKEWORD(SB_LINEDOWN, 0), 0, TRUE);

However, top for both direction will work well.

OnScroll(MAKEWORD(SB_TOP, SB_TOP), 0, TRUE);

Or if there is no horizontal, there won't be any problem.

Otherwise, IMHO, SendMessage(...) way is more appropiate.
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