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   Returns the index of the selected option button in a control array.          
           Updated:   Monday December 26, 2011   
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   Applies to:   VB4-32, VB5, VB6   
OS restrictions:   None  
 Code Snippet
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Private Function GetSelectedOptionIndex() As Long

  'returns the selected item index from
  'an option button array. Use in place
  'of multiple If...Then statements!
  'If your array contains more elements,
  'just append them to the test condition,
  'setting the multiplier to the button's
  'negative -index.
   GetSelectedOptionIndex = Option1(0).Value * 0 Or _
                            Option1(1).Value * -1 Or _
                            Option1(2).Value * -2 Or _
                            Option1(3).Value * -3
End Function

 Calling Syntax
  nSelIndex = GetSelectedOptionIndex()

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