I've created a form that calculates a bunch of fields and will also enter fields onto a diagram. I've got it mostly covered (thanks to much help from this forum) except for one step.
The user can enter rows of data & each row has a checkbox. I want the rows that are checked to appear in one part of my diagram, those that do not in another part - and it should update as the data in the form changes.
I've a attached a basic example - using "tables" not diagrams.
Is this possible and if so, any pointers on how I can make it happen?
Create two arrays, one for the checked fields and one for the un-checked ones. Loop over the check-boxes and according to their state add the corresponding fields to either one of the arrays. Then loop over the checked fields and populate the data from it into the Table 1 fields. Do the same for the un-checked array and Table 2.
You will need to rename some of those fields, though, as they are not unique. Also, I would give them more consistent names, starting with 1, not 10..
Thank you! Thant gives me something to research & get my teeth into. I appreciate your time,
Nesa Thank you again! Wow! You've been a lifeline! Thank you 🙂