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How do I set a toggle button to start in the Down position?

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Hi all.

I have a frame with some toggle buttons in it. All is working fine, except that the user can't tell which option is selected to begin with. How do I set one of the toggle buttons to the down position at design time? (All controls are unbound).

I have done some searching on TheScripts, and found a couple of cases where it was suggested to set the Down position, which is where I picked up the terminology. But couldn't seem to find the how. I've searched through the properties of both the frame and the toggle button, without success.

I suppose I could try setting the frame's Value property to match the OptionValue of the toggle button at form load or something, but I'd prefer something I can just "set and forget" at design time.
Jan 14 '07 #1
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Damn! No delete capability on this one.

Anyway never mind, I found the Default Value property on the frame. Don't know how I missed it before - it's exactly what I was searching for.

(I used the wizard to create another group with a default value, then went searching for that value in the properties.:))
Jan 14 '07 #2

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I guess you don't need any help on this one then Killer :D
Jan 15 '07 #3

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I guess you don't need any help on this one then Killer :D
Id have deleted it if the system would let me. :(

Oh well, I suppose it might turn out to be of use to some future searcher.
Jan 15 '07 #4

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