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how can i change the option button value from vb.net to a word 2007 document?

Posted on 2010-08-19
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hello experts,

i have a word 2007 document that contains a report. I am trying to complete the report from vb.net. i had successfully complete the text fields part but now i cant figure out how to change the option buttons value.

Any ideas?

here is a sample code from my project...
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by:Dhanasekaran Sengodan
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can u explain briefly and post sample code?
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by:spiral2007
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hello dhansmani,

here is a sample code.

i can access text boxes and change their values but i dont know how to access radio buttons (Option Buttons in MS Word 2007) and change their values from uncheck to check
oWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")
        oWord.Visible = True
        oDoc = oWord.Documents.Add("C:\myReport.dotm")

        oDoc.Bookmarks.Item("txtName").Range.Text = tb(0)("Name")
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by:spiral2007
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i did find any useful information...
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sorry .. i didnt find any useful information ..
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by:spiral2007
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i find it thanks dhansmani!

         

oDoc.Bookmarks.Item("optionbuttonyes").Range.InlineShapes(1).OLEFormat.Object.value = True
            oDoc.Bookmarks.Item("optionbuttonno").Range.InlineShapes(1).OLEFormat.Object.value = False

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oDoc.Bookmarks.Item("optionbuttonyes").Range.InlineShapes(1).OLEFormat.Object.value = True
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