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Hi,

On my aspx page I have number of radio button but as things are at the moment users are able to select more than one item and this is not what I wanted to happen?

I want to restrict the users from selecting more than one item. What I mean is when they are trying to select more than one item the selection should move from already selected one to the current one they are trying to select?

How do I achieve this in a aspx page?

Thanks in advance!

ube100
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Manoj Patil earned 500 total points
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Hi ube100,
Have you grouped the radiobuttons ??

GroupName of the radio buttons should same.Go to the properties of the radiobutton and Give GroupName=Radio,same for all the radiobuttons
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Thanx..
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