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when dealing with a checkbox, what are the values for On and Off?  

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True( On) and False (Off)

Me.YourCheckBoxName = True  ' On - checked.

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 600 total points
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in terms of numeric values

- 1 is True or checked
0 is false or unchecked
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by:pdvsa
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OK thanks. I thought that maybe check box values were special but I see now that they are not special (both num and text)...just a different display.  This question is leading into another question but will ask it later.
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