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Determining the presence of an object based on the presence of multiple other objects.

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I have a form in which there are many subforms that become visible or hidden based on check boxes. I also built a report within a subform that is populated based on whether or not certain boxes are checked. My problem is that when everything in the report is hidden I want a text box to become visible and I'm not sure how to go about that. Basically, if all of the boxes are checked I don't want just a blank report, I want it to say something like "NO DEFICIENCIES NOTED"



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Not sure I follow ..can you post the form to livecycle8@gmail.com so I can see it? I am sure what you are trying to do can be done it is just a matter of getting the right context. Also include a description of how to reproduce the problem.