#1: It does not matter: You can either use a radio button group, which will handle this automatically, or you can use checkboxes, but all checkboxes need to share the same name, but have different export values (let's call this a checkbox group). The only difference is that in a checkbox group, you can deselect the selected item by clicking it again, a radio button group does not allow you to do that. You can have the same appearance for either one by changing the Check Box Style.
#2 You do this with a custom calculation script of the filed that should display the name. Something like this should work (assuming that you actually use the package name as the export value for your radio buttons or check boxes):
event.value = this.getField("PackageType").value;
If you don't use the correct name, you need to lookup your name:event
var pkg = this.getField("PackageType").value; var pkgName = ""; if (pkg == "Option 1") pkgName = "Bronze Package"; else if (pkg == "Option 2") pkgName = "Silver Package"; else if (pkg == "Option 3") pkgName = "Gold Package"; event.value = pkgName;
#3 You would use a similar approach as for #2is
You've been very helpful Karl. Here is where I'm at. (see screen capture below)
I am able to select the Package (and only one "YEAH"). The text from the Package Selection auto populates in the table.
1. I would like to auto populate the Package Price in the table.
2. For Additional Audio checkbox (if selected) I'd like to auto populate the $175 in the table.
3. Last, in the quantities for Add DVDs and Videography the quantity is calculated and present in the table. However, it's not linked to the checkbox. So, I could have an amount even though the checkbox isn't checked.
Everything else is working and all calculations are perfect.
From reading your email. I read the Java Script info. It speaks of assigning an action to the field but it didn't go into detail unless I buy the book. Is there another resource that would be free?
Thank you again for all of your help!