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Posted on 2006-10-26
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I am setting  up options.  I set up Option1 through Option5.  I want to break them up though.  I want to choose from Option 1 and Option 2,  and then Option3 through 5 would be a different set.  How do I do this?
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Patrick Matthews earned 400 total points
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Hi al4629740,

Put 1 & 2 in one frame, and the rest in another frame.

Regards,

Patrick
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matthewspatrick correctly pointed the way. Remember, option buttons when placed on a parent control treat all other option buttons on that parent control within the same group. So when you place all 5 on fom, they are treated in one group. To break them in multiple groups you need to use Frames, Picturebox or other contianer controls and place the option buttons there according to how you want them grouped.
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