Re: Select Case for Option values
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 05:37:51 +1000, "PeteR"
I finally went the Form level variable path as it suited the rest of the
form's use. So far the form has four sets of option buttons (and more to
come) all in the same array but in different frames. It's working well and
is easy to track what's happening.
I would have wrapped the sets of Option buttons in a UserControl
- and had multiple instances of the UC on the Form
It is a tidy way of wrapping up the details of how you do something,
so that it does not confuse the real code.
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