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Set ToggleButton state using VBA code?

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Is there a way to set the up/down state of an unbound Toggle Button using VBA CODE?
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You can use me.tog1=true [or false] in code, but it will have to be as a result of an event or condition e.g.

in the afterupdate event of a textbox
If Me.mytext > 10 Then Me.tog1 = True Else Me.tog1 = False
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