Question by  ruff (34)

How do I access the radio buttons on Microsoft access?

I need to turn the volume up on my radio for Microsoft Access and can not find out how.


Answer by  GilFinn (2065)

Access is a database program. Radio buttons are the stand-alone buttons that are available for descreet actions and are not for "radios". You should have volume control on the taskbar.


Answer by  kd97 (733)

Very easy! First, begin by clicking on your "START" menu. Then, select "ALL PROGRAMS", Followed by Assecories, Entertainment, and then Volume control! Happy Listening!


Answer by  gigo (1706)

Make sure that you have gouped your radio buttons with a frame. If you have added your controls with the resource editor you automatically have members for every radio button. To check one radio button you can write for example into the getfocus handler: If myradiobutton1 Then MsgBox "1 is checked" End If.


Answer by  katherineagmailcom (140)

Radio buttons are managed in Microsoft Access in Design View. You can choose "Radio Button" in the Toolbox, and placing it in a form can link it to appropriate data. Radio Buttons in Access are unrelated to radios that play music.


Answer by  Lakshmi65 (715)

To access the radio buttons in Microsoft access it will be like small circle in which we can select the options which ever we want. Visible properties should be enabled in the radio button to access that radio button. if we want it to be activated always we should set the enable property as always.


Answer by  japratt (1687)

To access the radio buttons on Microsoft you will first have to enable them. Once they are enabled, then you can run them.

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