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I have a custom excel form and a list of checkboxes inside the form. When checked, it will print a particular table on one page. I also have a button to print the entire booklet at once. This will cycle through all controls and check them if they are a checkbox. The problem is it seems to do so in a random manner. The code for the buttonn pressed is as follows:

Private Sub cmdBooklet_Click()
Dim pPage As Page
Dim cCont As Control

For Each pPage In MultiPage1.Pages
For Each cCont In pPage.Controls
If TypeName(cCont) = "CheckBox" Then
cCont.Value = True
End If
Next cCont
Next pPage

End Sub

Is there a way i can loop through the controls in a particular order? The tab order doesn't seem to do much.

Thanks for your help
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