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Changing the behavior of radio button choices

cshore12 asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
I have a form with 2 radio buttons, optA and optB.  When I select optA, the code runs fine.  However, when I then select optB, the program reverts back to the optA code.

On further investigation, I found that, on the second selection, the sender object starts out equal to optA.  It then runs that code, then switches to the optB code.  optA and optB are indexed as 1 and 2, respectively.  How can I change program behavior (CancelEventArgs???) so that, on the second selection, only the optB code is run?
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