GroupName optionbutton

JOSTERBAUER

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I am trying to group some option buttons together, and I was told to use the Group Name Option Button for this. How do I group different sets of option butons together, so that when one button is selected in one group it does not unselect the buttons in the other group?
 

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GlennUK

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Where are these option buttons exactly? Do you have them on a Form, or are they embedded in a worksheet? If they are in a worksheet what type of Option buttons are they ... from the Forms toolbar or the Control Toolbox toolbar?
 

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