I know how to script to select a group of checkboxes via a single checkbox, but is it possible to go the other way and select a single checkbox when any one of a group of checkboxes is selected?
I have a form with a 8 groups of multiple checkboxes The number of checkboxes in these groups vary from 3 to 64 checkboxes.
When any one of those checkboxes in those 8 groups is checked, I would like another checkbox at the top of my form to automatically be checked, kind of like a tip-off for any subsequent viewers of the completed form that at least one of those checkboxes in the group of 8 was checked..
The checkboxes in the 8 groups are named in a hierachical fashion, for example group 1 is:
group 2 checkboxes are:
Is there a way I can take use the top level of the hierarchy for these groups of checkboxes ("chk_mkt_eb" and "chk_mkt_bos") to control another checkbox?
Specifically, checkbox A is a the top of page one of a 3 page form. It is normally unchecked. Checkboxes 1 - 200 (part of the 8 groups) are on pages 2 and 3 of the form. If any one of those 200 checkboxes are selected, I would want checkbox A to automatically get a checkmark.
Thanks in advance for any ideas on this.
It might be easiest to set up a hidden text field with a custom calculation script that would check to see if any of the multiple check boxes are selected, and set the value of the other single check box to its export value if so. If none are selected, set its value to "Off".