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Old October 28th 04, 10:03 PM
stauff
 
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Default How do I stop other circles in other boxes to stop selecting?

I originally had the question regarding the selectable circles. Now I'm
having the problem of new circles overriding the others. for example:

O Yes

O No

(New Box)

O Yes

O No

If i select the first yes and then move to the next box and select Yes, it
over rides the first one. How can I stop this from happening?

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Old October 28th 04, 10:27 PM
Trevor Shuttleworth
 
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Open the Control Toolbox. Switch on Design Mode. Select the Properties
Icon. Select the Option Button 1 and change the GroupName property to, for
example, Group1 (from Sheet1). Repeat for Option Button 2. Repeat for
Option Button 3 but change the GroupName property to Group2. Repeat for
Option Button 4.

Close the Properties Box, the Toolbox and switch off Design Mode.

You should now be able to toggle the two sets of buttons independently.

Regards

Trevor


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I originally had the question regarding the selectable circles. Now I'm
having the problem of new circles overriding the others. for example:

O Yes

O No

(New Box)

O Yes

O No

If i select the first yes and then move to the next box and select Yes, it
over rides the first one. How can I stop this from happening?





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