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Posted on 1998-06-21
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I have a really easy question.  when I design an option group or some toggle buttons, it always defaults to the first value, how do I change it to have no default value?  I know in access how to do this, but it seems different in VB.

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To change an option default value, use the value property for the option. You can set the value property either at design time or at run time. To do it at design time, click at the option control (in question ) and then click on the left hand MouseButton -> properties -> set the value to False.
At run time, you can set it in the following manner:
option.value=False

I hope that this answer your question.
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