reference multi value field in VBA

I have a multi value field in VBA with 3 values the user can select Catalog, Email and Web Only.  I want to add some VBA so after the selection if the user has selected the Web only Check box, it deselects Catalog and Email. I tried briefly with myfield.value but mad no progress.

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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
I would strongly recommend against using a multi-value field.  These were a bad idea when Microsoft created them and remain a bad idea to this day.  They are extremely difficult to work with, hide the actual data from the user in two hidden and inaccessable tables (one for the values and one for the values associated for each record), and are extremely difficult to query.

You are far better off creating your own tables and creating either a multi-select listbox or a subform to display the options in your form.
vmccuneAuthor Commented:
I prefer to user this feature. Do you know how to reference as I am asking?
You have to work with the field as a recordset (because that is what it is).  This example shows how to work with the MVF.

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