troubleshooting Question

Edit history by section revisited

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Recently MarilynQ was nice enough to help me with some code and I am hoping that now that I have some more details she will be able to give me a more exact code for the project I am working on. The link below is the one for the original explanation of the code.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Email/Lotus_Notes_Domino/Q_21704573.html

The way it finally panned out is that for each section I have 3 fields laid out as shown below. The completed1 is a checkbox selected when a task is complete and the user enters the date completed. The comments below those field are for all other notes and attachments needed for the section. This syntax is repeated for each section ticking up the digit for each section completed2, completed3...etc.

I would like to make a note in the edit history like the sample below, I just want to know if someone has edited any of the 3 fields within that section, I don't need to know what was editied exactly. If I can't do it with one edit based on all 3 fields, I could do it off the comments field as the user will always make some final comments when they mark the section completed.

Fields in section:
[completed1] on [complete_date1]
Comments: [comments1]

Edit History Sample
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user1                   2/1/2006 at 12:00
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