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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 months ago

Creating an Option Group for Tracking Steps

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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, you will learn about using an option group. Option groups have many uses, including selecting an option from a list. In today's example, we're going to use it to track which step we're on in a series of procedures for a medical patient.

Emily from Southaven, Mississippi (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a series of forms and procedures that need to be performed for each of my patients, in order. How can I keep track of the current step I'm on? Right now, I use a notes field but it isn't very efficient, especially when I might not see the patient for weeks and need to figure out where I left off. Is there a way to have some sort of indicator or system that will automatically help me keep track of where we're at?


Members will learn how to automatically set the option group value when the button is clicked. We'll use just a little bit of VBA code.

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