for (i=0; i<document.form.delID.length; i++)
I understand why it's only working for the last checkbox but have no idea how to determine if any of the other checkboxes in the group preceding the last one are checked at any given time so that I may enable/disable the submit/delete button.
The problem with your script is the last checkbox is always the factor whether the Delete button is disabled or not because of the if...else statement. If the last checkbox is checked, enable delete button,
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