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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

Using Multiple Groups of Option Buttons

Question:
I need to place multiple option buttons on a form. I also need to be able to have two buttons selected at all times. I can do this with multiple frame controls except for one problem. I don't want the frame visible. When I set the visible property to false on the frame the option buttons disappear too! I am trying to make it look like all the option buttons are on the form but work as if they are in seperate control groups.

Answer:
Put the option buttons in a 3D panel. A panel will work exactly like a frame and allow you to set the groups independently. You can even set the panel so it does not have any real 3D effect.

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