separate radio button arrays affect each other

Hi you all,
I have 2 separate radio button arrays, different  name for each one of course.
For some reason they affect each other:
I have a sub which fills the form with data.
It selects one button in the first array (the second one - index 1 in this case) and then moves on to select a button in the second array.
Once the selection is made the first array looses it's selection - no button is selected, and vise versa.
The same thing happens as well when I make the selection manually.

Any idea?

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
put each array onto a separate frame, which controls the selection

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EtzieAuthor Commented:
Hi Angel,
Do they have to be inside a frame like in Access?
Isn't enough just to name them differently?
Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
you have to use different frames (like in access)
different names are not enough
EtzieAuthor Commented:
sweet mate.
have a lovely day.
and you can use pictureboxes as well as frames as radiobutton containers on a form.
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