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I have a really easy question here:

In an MFC, how do I group radio buttons?
So that when clicking a radio button from one group it doesn't de-select the others in the other groups on the same dialog?

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Control group is number of controls, with first control selected as Group, and all other are not selected. Controls order is Tab order (see Layout menu, Tab order).
If you have number of radio buttons which should work as one group, ensure that they have consequent positions in the dialog tab order, select Group in first of them and unselect Group in all others.
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