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Posted on 1998-04-08
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I made a simple program that included four buttons, a group box and two radiobuttons inside the group box.  I only wanted three of the four buttons to be included in the tab order, and I also did not want the radiobuttons to be in on the tab order either.  But what I got was the three buttons that I wanted to be in the tab order but I also got which ever radiobutton was checked also. So, may question is: Is there a way to element those radiobuttoms from the tab order?
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Go to resource editor and open property page for your radio button. The first page ahs a check box "Tabstop". Uncheck it.

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by:bcarder
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THat is what We thought should work too, but it does not work on this program.  Would the order that I put the radio buttons on the program matter.  I placed the group box then placed the radio buttons inside the box and made sure that all "Tabstop" boxes were unchecked.  ????q
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