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Making two parts to a form

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I will try to explain this the best way I can.  I created a form which has quite a few if then functions.  The start of the form has three radio button choices and base on one of those three selections the form changes.  My issue is or is there a way to have everything in one form but in sections so if the first radio button is selected, part I shows up or if radio button 2 is selected then part 2 shows up.  My problem is the objects in the form all run together at the moment but I want to be able to create page breaks I guess and create sections of the form.  Any help on this is much appreciated.  If you need more clarification just let me know. Thanks.

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It is certainly possible.

I woudl wrap each section into its own subform and simply set the subform to hidden. Then when you click the appropriate radio button you can make the subform visible. This causes all of its child objects to inherit the parent setting.

Hope that helps

Paul

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Level 10

It is certainly possible.

I woudl wrap each section into its own subform and simply set the subform to hidden. Then when you click the appropriate radio button you can make the subform visible. This causes all of its child objects to inherit the parent setting.

Hope that helps

Paul