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I have a Document Library web part on my modern page in which I'd only like the users to see 4 of the 7 columns. I would normally hide the extra three columns, but due to a JSON script, they have to be visible. So my thinking is that If I can remove the horizontal scroll bar, the users won't know those extra 3 columns are there.

Is there a way to remove the horizonal scroll bar on a Modern Document Library Web Part? I have a Modern Script Editor Web Part I could use if this task is doable.

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Try adding below CSS on your page:

<style>
    div[data-automation-id^='detailsListContainer']:hover {
        overflow-x: hidden !important;
    }
</style>

Note: DOM manipulation & CSS customizations are not recommended by Microsoft and some of your customization may break if Microsoft changes HTML element id/classes in new release updates.

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  • Thank you for your reply. This worked perfectly to remove the horizontal scroll bar, but I do still need the vertical scroll bar visible. Is it possible to only remove the horizontal scroll bar?
    – Chris
    May 27 at 13:11
  • Change overflow to overflow-x. Check updated answer. May 27 at 13:41
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    Perfect. Thanks!!
    – Chris
    May 27 at 13:44

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