Option Buttons in Userform

AndrewKent

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Jul 26, 2006
Messages
889
Okay,

I'm having a massive problem trying to setup a couple of Option Buttons in my userform. Basically I have the following code that depending on which option button is TRUE, will enable or disable parts of the userform...

Code:
Private Sub obPolicyDetails1_Change()

    Call AmountOfCover

End Sub

Private Sub obPolicyDetails2_Change()

    Call AmountOfCover

End Sub

Private Sub AmountOfCover()

    If obPolicyDetails1.Value = True And obPolicyDetails2.Value = False Then
        lblPolicyDetails10.Enabled = False
        lblPolicyDetails13.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HF0F0F0
        lblPolicyDetails11.Enabled = True
        lblPolicyDetails14.Enabled = True
        txtPolicyDetails3.Enabled = True
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HFFFFFF
        Exit Sub
    End If
    
    If obPolicyDetails1.Value = False And obPolicyDetails2.Value = True Then
        lblPolicyDetails10.Enabled = True
        lblPolicyDetails13.Enabled = True
        txtPolicyDetails2.Enabled = True
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HFFFFFF
        lblPolicyDetails11.Enabled = False
        lblPolicyDetails14.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails3.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HF0F0F0
        Exit Sub
    End If
    
    If obPolicyDetails1.Value = False And obPolicyDetails2.Value = False Then
        lblPolicyDetails10.Enabled = False
        lblPolicyDetails13.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HF0F0F0
        lblPolicyDetails11.Enabled = False
        lblPolicyDetails14.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails3.Enabled = False
        txtPolicyDetails2.BackColor = &HF0F0F0
        Exit Sub
    End If

End Sub

But I'm finding that the Option Buttons are NOT populating their control sources on first click, the first click looks to be setting the focus, requiring a second click to "put the dot in the hole" ;) which is setting the TRUE and FALSE values in the background.

Does anyone have any tips for setting up Option Buttons like this properly?
 

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