You could use some convention in Tagnames or Tag descriptors etc. to hold the "grouping"
I suggest that you can use two different approaches
- when you group symbols in ProcessBook, they are included in Composite collection. I propose that you can walk through Composites, find the one which the select button belongs to and obtain other symbols in group
- you can use NamedValues property of each symbol. This property isn't exposed, but you can implement custom GUI to read and write NamedValue collection (I've used that for different purposes). You can store tag names or Value object names (or both of them) as NamedValue's associated with your button. In this case you can simply change from one tag to another.
Thank you Sergey
Could you please be so kind to extrapolate. I felt accessing by a group would be most feasible. I could not find any way to access a group in VBA and I found no properties related to grouping. I do not understand composite collection and how it is related in VBA. Also, if you could give examples of composite collection and and namedValues, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much