Referring to Controls in Module

Hi Experts,

I'm having an issue that I think is pretty simple (and fundamental) but can't find the best way around it...

Basically I have 2 option buttons on a worksheet CyesOPT & CnoOPT

When CyesOPT is true there are a number of controls that I'd like to make visible. Vice versa these controls need to NOT be visible when CnoOPT is true.

The controls are:

voiceOUTopt.Visible = False
voiceDIALopt.Visible = False
recordYESopt.Visible = False
recordNOopt.Visible = False

I've set up a named range and it references CyesOPT so that when it's 'true' it = 1
That range is called 'TELEcontact'

I've then added a module to the Click of CyesOPT that does the following:

Sub CCTyesOPT_Click()
If Range("TELEcontact").Value = 1 Then
MsgBox ("yes, the value is true!") ' this works fine!

'When I get to the following:
voiceOUTopt.Visible = False
voiceDIALopt.Visible = False
recordYESopt.Visible = False
recordNOopt.Visible = False
'I get the error 424 Object Required

Do I need to declare the objects?
THe worksheet is called Technology and I've tried to indicate what sheet the controls are on but the error persists.

I think this is probably something very simple and will be fundamental to my model. Any help appreciated.

Cheers

Martywal
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
You need a worksheet reference.

How did you create the controls?

Was it through the Forms or ActiveX control toolbar?

Also, what's the codename of the worksheet(s) they are on?
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martywalAuthor Commented:
Thanks imnorie!
It's

sheet5(Technology)

I used the insert FormControls in Excel 2010
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Can you attach a sample workbook?

It doesn't really need to have any data, just the checkboxes.
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martywalAuthor Commented:
Hope this helps...
Basically when the 'Is contact centre telephony required = YES
The controls in the grey (and the rows) need to be visible/unhidden
Thanks again for your help
ControlTest.xlsm
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IrogSintaCommented:
Try this:
With Worksheets("ORF - Technology").Shapes
    !TECHvoiceDIALopt.Visible = False
    !TELErecordYESopt.Visible = False
    !TELErecordNOopt.Visible = False
    !TelePurpCOMPopt.Visible = False
    !TelePurpQAopt.Visible = False
End With

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martywalAuthor Commented:
That worked a treat!
Thanks really appreciate your help on this!
Cheers
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