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Access 2007 Edit Option Group

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How do I add more items to an existing option group?
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Brooks
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by:Rey Obrero
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what option group?
in the form?

open form in design view, select option button and drag inside the option frame
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I have an existing option group on my form with 2 items.  I want to add 2 more.
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open form in design view, select option button and drag inside the option frame
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in design view, just click the option group, then one of the easiest ways is to click on one of the options (radio button or something) then copy (ctrl-c) and paste (ctrl-v) then remember to change the value in properties of that
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Thank you
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