scroll arrow

scroll arrow

[′skrōl ‚a·rō]
(computer science)
An arrow on a video display screen that is clicked in order to scroll the screen in the corresponding direction.
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scroll arrow

On-screen arrow that is clicked in order to scroll the screen in the corresponding direction. The screen moves one line, or increment, with each mouse click.
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By selecting the Lines tab of the New Dimension Style, the CAD user can modify the Dimension Lines and Extension Lines, Color, Linetype, Lineweight, Extend Beyond Ticks, and Baseline spacing by clicking on the scroll arrow options or typing the size preference (figure 1-93).
In the center window, click on the scroll arrow and select from the list My Dimension Style.
It would be nice to be able to scroll it at will but you have to click on an up or down scroll arrow at the bottom.
One click takes you into the exhibition halls, from where job seekers can browse exhibitors via the scroll arrows, the A-Z listings or by name or category in the companies' section.
NAVIGATION: Done using C key, scroll arrows and large Select/OK key in centre below screen.