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    Radio Buttons as Filters (Access 2000 SR-1)

    Can anyone explain to me how this worked?

    I had a Form that had 3 radio buttons on the top. They were filters for Active, Inactive, Complete. When you Click on one, the form regenerates and the record count changes to however many there are.
    I looked at the design view and cannot find any events or modules for these buttons.

    Where do I check???? I ran into this problem because this form was printing automatically to a network printer and I created a separate post for that. I tried to make a copy and that was able to print locally... but the radio buttons stopped working. Therefore I have two problems. Find out why this form is defaulting to a network printer and also find out how to do the filters using radio buttons.

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    Re: Radio Buttons as Filters (Access 2000 SR-1)

    The radio buttons are most probably part of a group box. Open the form in design view, select the group box, and activate the Event tab of the Properties window. There probably is an After Update event for the group box. The value of the group box corrsponds to the option value property of the selected radio button.
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    Re: Radio Buttons as Filters (Access 2000 SR-1)

    Thanks Hans. I'm such a "taker". I get the answers and never post results. Guess I'm so excited at getting the problem resolved. Anyways, that helped and thanks for your speedy reply to this and the other posts too.

    Chris

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