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check if radio button is selected

Posted on 2004-09-29
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I have a form with  two radio buttons and a command button that activates a certain event. The user will naturally make a choice from either one of the radio buttons and click the command.
Question:
How do i place code on that event (command button) that displays a message in the case that the user does not choose either of the radio buttons ??

Thanks a million !
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Question by:Dayim
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by:flavo
ID: 12184439
private sub cmdMyButton_click()

If Me.myOption1.value =  0 and Me.myOption2.value  = 0 then
   'neither are selected
    Msgbox "Nooo!!!!"

else
    'what ever you do
end if

end sub
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by:Dayim
ID: 12184532
My friend, this is how the rest of the radio buttons work :

If Me!Frame0 = 1 Then
' closes frmAll-Indiv

ElseIf Me!Frame0 = 2 Then

End If

.......................................

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by:Dayim
ID: 12184538
Ignore, previous thread ...
My friend, this is how the radio buttons code look in my application :

If Me!Frame0 = 1 Then
' closes frmAll-Indiv

ElseIf Me!Frame0 = 2 Then

End If
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Jim Horn earned 250 total points
ID: 12184593
Select Case Me.Frame0.Value
    Case 1
        'Close frmAll-Indiv

    Case 2
        'Do whatever

    Case Else
        msgbox "Whatever message you want to display to the user when nothing is selected."

end select
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