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Old June 2nd, 2022, 11:21 AM
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Default Re: Help needed if there is a way to have variable check boxes

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Originally Posted by HPIvt View Post
Hello Dan, thanks for the feedback, there would always be the four boxes, yet throughout the data file like in this example, the person did not give an amount in 2020, therefore no checkbox.
Thanks. Okay, so that makes it simpler.
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Originally Posted by HPIvt View Post
I really have no knowledge of writing scripts, not sure if anyone has something or an existing rule maybe that would make it so if there was data pulled in for a year dollar amount then the image of a checked box would appear.
Well, without seeing your job and the data file, it's hard to suggest a specific rule to write.

But you don't need any JavaScript at all to accomplish this.

You can make a series of Drag-and-Drop Wizard rules to pull in one of two graphics, depending on whether the value in the data for each field is zero or not, something like this:



Or you could make a Switch Wizard rule, similarly doing a numeric comparison and returning one graphic for the case of a zero value and another by default.

Also, you're not really still on FusionPro version 7.2 like your profile says, are you? You might want to update that.
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