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Visual C++ Sample Source - 2

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If you want to answer this Question, pls check a old question with title "Visual C++ Sample Source" which is also submitted by (me)matchz.
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kburns102197 earned 50 total points
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matchz,
To get your radio buttons to work properly, you must pay attention to the "group" checkbox (under general) in the properties dialog for the particular radio button. The radio  buttons will default to a single group if the group checkbox is not checked for any  radio buttons so they will toggle on or off  they way you would expect.

 At this point, I need to tell you about the test switch to test your dialog without compiling. The "test" switch (looks like a little light switch - click it with your mouse or press Ctrl-T) -play around with it to see if your dialog box is operating the way you want.

Now to get your radio buttons to work properply make sure the group field is checked for the 1st button you added to the dialog.  Now uncheck all of the next buttons you added that you want to "group" together.  So if you haved added Radio1,2,3,4,5,6 and want 1,2,3  and 4,5,6 grouped together Check 1, Uncheck 2, Uncheck 3, - New group so Check 4, Uncheck 5, Uncheck6
The group stays in effect until it sees a new group. The trick to grouping  is ORDER in which the radio buttons were added to your dialog.  There are ways around this limitation but for but now it should work....kburns
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I have a type a new Question with title
"Visual C++ Sample Source -3"
I think it is also rather easy. Would you mind to give me some suggestions.
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