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I have a writer odt document with a form and 2 option buttons (Option1: "yes/no") as well as other 
form elements.
Clicking one option button enables it and immediately disables the other if the component names are 
identical (eg "optionButtons1").

I run a macro whenever I detect the "Mouse pressed" event for these option buttons. This macro 
searches through all form components and grabs their values.
My goal is to get the "Option1" value (eg. 1 if YES was selected and 0 if NO was selected).

The macro function snippet below returns something like "&optionButtons1=0&optionButtons1=1" when 
the YES option button isn't clicked and the NO option button is.

Instead, how can I get something like "Option1=1" when the YES option button is clicked and the NO 
button isn't?
Likewise, get "Option1=0" when YES isn't clicked and NO is.

Doc = ThisComponent
Forms = Doc.Drawpage.Forms
For I = 0 To Forms.Count - 1
        Form = Forms.GetbyIndex(I)
        For J = 0 To Form.Count - 1
                Ctl = Form.GetbyIndex(J)
                If Ctl.supportsService("") Then
                        rep = rep & "&" & Ctl.getName() & "=" & Ctl.Text
                        If Ctl.supportsService("") Or 
Ctl.supportsService("") Then
                                rep = rep & "&" & Ctl.getName() & "=" & Ctl.currentvalue
                        End If
                End If
        Next J
Next I

GetTextFields = rep

Come to think of it, one could have a set of 3 or more option buttons to choose from, eg. Option1: 
In this case, I suppose I'd like to get results such as Option1=0 or =1 or =2.

Any suggestions?



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