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Old 08-08-2012, 04:06 AM
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Default Clearing content control tick box within table

I have VBA code that displays or hides a table depending on which box is ticked.
If the user ticks yes, it displays 3 tables, if they display no, it displays a different table.


If they change the tick it clears the tables displayed previously and displays the other tables.

The problem is that it is leaving the tick boxes which then interferes with the rest of the form.

Any idea what I can do to make sure these tick boxes disappear along with the table.

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Hi Jill,

AFAIK, you can't hide the tickboxes - you would have to delete them.
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