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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 10, 1998

Use Boolean Variables for Check-Box Values

Visual Basic specifies a Boolean's default values as zero for False and -1 for True. You may save and set the value of a check box, based on the absolute value of a Boolean variable, as these correspond to the intrinsic constants vbUnchecked and vbChecked:

 Dim bBool as Boolean

bBool = True

'//If bBool = 0 the checkbox will be 
'//unchecked, if it is anything else it will 
'//be checked.
Check1.Value = Abs(bBool)
Jeremy Boschen
 
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