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option buttons:display message: "you must choose an Option"

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I have an OK button which activates a procedure.

Before the button is pressed there are two groups of Option buttons.

Until now I have declared the first button in the group as a default button


But Now I want to change it so that if NO option is pressed in EACH group the user

gets a message box to say "you must choose one option from BOTH groups before pressing the OK button"

How do I do this?


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