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Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

(OP)
Hi there,
 In a Excel spreadsheet,I have two questions,that each question need two radio buttons: yes and No
(Totally 4 radio buttons). But when I put these radio buttons, Excel supposed they are all in one group (It allow me to click on just one of them). How can I separate the two pairs of (Yes/No0radio buttons?

Thanks

RE: Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

Put each pair in a frame control (or any control that can act as a container eg picture box, frame, etc).

RE: Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

Open the Control Toolbox and select design mode
 then click properties.
Then choose each radio button in turn and find the "GroupName" property which you should set to a different name for each group of buttons.
eg if buttons 1 & 2 are to be grouped together, give them both the GroupName property (say) "Group1", and if buttons 3 & 4 are to be grouped together, give them both the GroupName property (say) "Group2". Then exit design mode.

RE: Ungrouping radio buttons in Excel

(OP)
Thanks

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