MS Access Question

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ok im working with office 07, Access. I have multiple checkboxes for one question. I need to create some kind of auto warning system if the user checks more then one box for the same question. I cannot change design because it needs to mimic a current form. As well as needs to have the ability to be extracted in coma delimited. My personal thought was maybe a non-visible field on the form with a command code of some sort. Well hope someone can help. -Dom

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I know you said you don’t want to change the form, but even a little? Convert the question to radio buttons –
they only allow one answer. And one question with round response devices instead of square boxes shouldn’t
confuse your users.

<i>Create an event that when someone clicks a checkbox, the event checks to see if another checkbox has been selected, or is in conflict, with the one previously selected, and then simply warns the user of the conflict.</i>

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