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Language: VB4,VB5,VB6
Expertise: beginner
Jul 1, 2000

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Bind a group of OptionButtons to a Data control

You can't directly bind a group of OptionButton controls to a Data control, RDO Data control or ADO Data control. However, you can work around this limitation by adding an hidden TextBox control and add a few lines of code:

Private Sub optRadioButton_Click(Index As Integer)
    ' change the contents of the hidden TextBox control
    txtHidden.Text = Trim$(Index)
End Sub

Private Sub txtHidden_Change()
    ' Select the OptionButton corresponding to the value
    ' that the Data control is assigning to the hidden TextBox
    On Error Resume Next
    optRadioButton(CInt(txtHidden.Text)).Value = True
End Sub
You can use the same trick to indirectly bind any other type of control to a numeric or string database field, for example a scrollbar, the caption of a Frame, the size or position of a Shape control, the position of a Slider control, etc.
Marco Bellinaso
 
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