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2nd go (can anybody help)

2nd go (can anybody help)

2nd go (can anybody help)

I need to make three sets of 'option buttons' on the one worksheet.
The three 'sets' of option buttons need only return a number in three cells that a 'Log in' macro looks at and hides or displays relevent worksheets. The first set is working fine and was set up just adding option buttons and giving them a cell link (5 buttons returning 1,2,3,4 or 5 in the 'linked cell'). Now the problem starts, if I add another button it is linked automaticaly to the first sets 'linked cell' and if I change the 'linked cell' for the new button it changes the first five's as well. Also as a result the buttons act as one group ie. I can only select one button, not three (one from each set)  as intended. I hope this makes sense.

Thanks Phil

RE: 2nd go (can anybody help)

I 'think' I understand what you are trying to do.  If we are on the same wavelength....

You need to have each set of option buttons in a different frame.  The frame itself can be hidden so that it doesn't look like there are frames, but....

Option buttons work like a unit within a specific enviroment.  Make a 'different environment', you can get more 'units'.

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