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passing Option button result to textbox

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    passing Option button result to textbox

    I have 4 option buttons in a Group Name of Q1

    I am trying to pass a result if [Name] optQ1B1 or [Name] optQ1B2 are true then pass No or if [Name] optQ1B3 or [Name] optQ1B4 are true then pass Yes to textbox - [Name] Q1 result

    This is in a UserForm

    Any ideas anyone??
    Last edited by tigerdel; 09-29-2012 at 02:36 AM.

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    Re: passing Option button result to textbox

    Hi, tigerdel,

    should work like this:
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    Re: passing Option button result to textbox

    Holger you are a star thank you

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