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In a custom list (in WSS 3.0) I would like to make one field a required field based on another field.

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We are using WSS 3.0.  In a custom list I would like to make one field a required field based on another field.  For example, if a yes/no field is unclicked I would like another field in the same list to become a required field. Is there a way to do this without custom coding or using SharePoint designer?
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No, you will have to use custom coding by making use of an event handler:
http://koenvosters.wordpress.com/2009/07/31/howto-create-an-event-handler-for-sharepointmoss-2007/
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I can only asume the answer is complete and accurate.
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