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How do I change the visibility of a Label and Textbox after a Yes/No Option?

Posted on 2008-06-19
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Hello Experts!!!

I have a Form, on the Form, I have a check box (ItemsReceived).  When the box is checked, I want a Label & Text box to pop up (Label20, DateItemsReceived).
How do I set the visibility for both label and textbox to be set when the check box is checked?  Also, would it be easy to add a few more labels and text boxes later on?

Thanks for all your help!!!!!!  
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Question by:MissC_9880
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Tirocupidus earned 250 total points
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In the OnClick event of the checkbox, you would use the code I'm posting. If the label is the one associated with the textbox, then you can delete the line for it since hiding a control will automatically hide its associated label.
Me.Label20.Visible = Me.checkbox

Me.DateItemsReceived.Visible = Me.checkbox

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by:Rey Obrero
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in the click or change or afterupdate  event  of the check box

private sub chkbox_click()


me.label20.visible=(me.chkbox=true)
me.DateItemsreceived.visible=(me.chkbox=true)

end sub
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Worked perfectely!!!  Thanks so much for your help and your quick response!!!
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