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how to turn the selection of the radio button off??

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Radio (option) buttons are part of an option group. If you disable the option group, the all radio buttons for that group will disable.

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hi,

but how do i check if the first radio button is selected, the other one will not be selected???
my scenario is that when the user select the first radio button, the first textbox will appear and i have to ensure that only one radio button can be selected at a time.

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An option button has a value.

If Me.Frame1.Value = 1

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An option button has a value.

If Me.Frame1.Value = 1
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u really read my mind.

Got it! my radio button works now!!!

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