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Re: Row1 is null when adding new row
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I am having a issue that is kind of related to this post. Can you tell me where did you put your code to add the row? I am trying to make a subform visible when a button is clicked. The 1st subform works fine but when trying to add another instance for the 2nd subform to be added when the button is clicked again, nothing! Can you help?

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Making subform visible one at a time with add button
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I have a form in which I would like to make subforms visible one at a time with a button click (add button) and if the (remove button) is clicked, remove the subform. I can not do a repeating subform because these subforms will also calculate a value that will be displayed in another field (however that will be discussed on another post). Thru the action builder, I was able to get the 1st subform as well as other objects to become "visible" by clicking this button however, I can not make the 2nd...

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I have a form in which I would like to make subforms visible one at a time with a button click (add button) and if the (remove button) is clicked, remove the subform. I can not do a repeating subform because these subforms will also calculate a value that will be displayed in another field (however that will be discussed on another post). Thru the action builder, I was able to get the 1st subform as well as other objects to become "visible" by clicking this button however, I can not make the 2nd...

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I found the "change" event

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Thank you so much for the reply. I could not find the "change" event of each checkbox I'm still looking for it however, I placed the code you suggested into the syntex box at the top and got the following errors:Here is my screen of where I placed your code:I placed the code on each one of the checkboxes, using Value as the box where I want the result to appear. It is calculating something because when I click the preview, there is a number already in the results box (although it shouldn't be un...

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I have created a form. I have a repeating subform. I have checkboxes in this subform which I would like them to calculate at the bottom (in a numerical box I call "value") once I have checked the box. On the first line for example, checkbox 4 will calculate to 4. Once I go to the next line, and check checkbox 3, I would like the value in "value" to decrease by .5. And if I go the the 3rd line and place a check in checkbox 4, the value should increase by .5. Can someone help me on how to do this?...

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