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Posted on 1998-09-19
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How do I get all the option boxes in one form to hold values
of false (none selected) when the form loads (Some of my forms are loading with an option box already selected, but others are not). Also, I am using a command button on another form to load the form with the option boxes in it.  I am not using frames or picture boxes.
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Private Sub OptionX_GotFocus()
OptionX.Value = False
End Sub


when X is the option button TabIndex = 0

or

Private Sub Option1_GotFocus()
Option1.Value = False
End Sub

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You can download a sample of that project at:
http://www.hili.com/~shay/opt-box.zip

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Maybe some of you guys will not like this answer/way.

You can comment to me at shayplace@hotmail.com

Thanks.
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