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Subforms appear based on a dropdown selection

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I need multiple subforms to appear based on what is selected from a dropdown. I have 7 specified item values, if the person selects Item 1, I would like Item 1 subform to appear.

if the person selects Item 2 or Item 3 as well. I would like for those subforms to appear as well.

How do I go about doing that?

Also, I would like for the items to not appear on dropdown list once selected. I know the JavaScript will need to appear in the "change" event.

I need some help!

Thanks

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Hi There

I have created an example for for this which can be foudn here

Based on what you have asked I have done a simple example with 2 subforms. If you select option from from the dropdown subform 1 will be shown then if you select dropdown option 2 subform 2 will be displayed

I have also added check boxes as an alterative method.

check out the example at

http://www.dubdubdubdesigns.co.uk/livecycle/show-hide_subform.html

Regards

Graham

DubDubDubDesigns.co.uk

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Correct answer by
Former Community Member

Hi There

I have created an example for for this which can be foudn here

Based on what you have asked I have done a simple example with 2 subforms. If you select option from from the dropdown subform 1 will be shown then if you select dropdown option 2 subform 2 will be displayed

I have also added check boxes as an alterative method.

check out the example at

http://www.dubdubdubdesigns.co.uk/livecycle/show-hide_subform.html

Regards

Graham

DubDubDubDesigns.co.uk

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