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Posted on 2001-08-15
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Hi,

When i choose (click) an option button and after that  make it invisible , when i return it visible back i find it still black (as chosed ) but it is on lost focus
how can i make it clear after finish using it ?

Thanks
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Question by:Shoushou
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Set the value of that option button to zero (0)


   Option1.Value = 0



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by:czpczp
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Command1.Visible = False
End Sub
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by:czpczp
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Ooops, I thought you said command button
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by:vim_asteya
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Same as that of DennisBorg
option1.value=false
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by:Shoushou
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Hi Sirs,

I tried the answer : option1.Value = 0 (false)
but i still have the same problem .

Thanks
Shoushou
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by:vim_asteya
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Private Sub Form_Click()
Option1.Visible = True
Option1.Value = False
End Sub

Private Sub Option1_Click()
Option1.Visible = False
End Sub

I checked using the above code.
If this isnt what u want,pls get back to me
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by:DennisBorg
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Shoushou:

>I tried the answer : option1.Value = 0 (false)
>but i still have the same problem .

That line of code will work as far as unselecting that option button.

One thing to remember, is that if that option button gets the focus, its value will be changed and it will then be selected (i.e. that black dot)

Is that option button getting the focus after you deselect it by setting the value property to 0?


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by:DennisBorg
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Please show us the pertinent code, and we can probably help you better.
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by:Shoushou
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Dear Sirs,

Thanks for your help , i discovered my mistake , it is like tht :

i make those option buttons as array then i should type this code

option1(0).value = 0
option1(1).value = 0

not to make the code as follow

option1.value = 0

Bye
Shoushou
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by:DennisBorg
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I had no idea you were using a control array.

The following comment of yours:

>I tried the answer : option1.Value = 0 (false)
>but i still have the same problem .

You should have told us that you got an error, instead of it not working.

The knowledge that you got an error, and what it's message was (in this case "Compile Error: Method or Data Member not found") would have been very helpful in troubleshooting your problem.

Glad you got it working now.

How do you intend on closing this question?


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the asamir00 and Shoushou accounts were duplicates and have been closed.

Please advise as to how points should be awarded

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by:DennisBorg
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Modder:

In this case, I would suggest that my first reply answered the question.

It was later brought out that a control array was being used, which did not change the answer, but rather changed how to implement that answer.

I feel that my answer(s) deserve the credit for this question.

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by:modder
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OK
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Thank you modder!   I appreciate all your hard work on keeping these message boards cleaned up.  :-)


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