I am a complete newbie with word and macros and that is why I am here asking my betters for help!
I have a word template that I have to regularly edit for work. It contains two tables. The first table is an index list of the contents of the second table and there are check-boxes at the end of each row.
The second table contains 50 rows of data.
I want to know if it is possible to create 50 macros (one for each checkbox) so that when a specific checkbox in the index table is un-ticked (e.g table 1, checkbox 1) the corresponding row in table 2 is automatically hidden (e.g table 2, row 1).
The ability to un-tick a few check boxes - rather than trawling through the table, highlighting each redundant row and then manually hiding - would be amazing and really help me work more efficiently.
If it is possible, could one of you kind people please explain how to do it?