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ShawnFICS
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How do I select an object name in VB when pointing to a member of an object that is grouped? Example: I have an object that is made up of (3) Objects. "Reservoir" , "Heater Assembly" , "Reservoir Level". My Top Level Object is called "Reservoir Assembly" which includes the (3) objects described. My objective is to make visible or nonvisible each object.