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I created a custom newform.asp called newform_custom.aspx for my list using instructions I found out on the web.  Basically building the form using data view etc...
 
I pulled in all the fields from the dataview deleted the ones I did not want for a consolodated quick entry but a couple of the multiple selection checkbox fields are not saving when I click submit.

Thoughts on where this could be having problems?
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In SharePoint Designer - instead of typing the field yourself - Drag and drop from the data source to the design surface. That might fix the problem. The reason being SPD adds its own code for linking a field to the data source.
 
 
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