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Shaded Check Boxes

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Matt W., Oct 28, 2005.

  1. Matt W.

    Matt W.
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    I have a series of bound check boxes on a form. When you first view the form,
    all of the check boxes are shaded. When you click the checkbox, of course it
    places a check in it. When you uncheck a box, that box becomes white. Then I
    have 1 white check box and the others are still shaded. Is the shade in the
    checkbox supposed to show me that its a virgin checkbox? I just want to make
    sure that its nothing that im doing incorrectly. Any help is appreciated,
    Thank You
     
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  3. rico

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    No its fine. The shading indicates null (no value). When you check a text box
    it has a value of -1. When you uncheck it will have a value of 0.

    HTH

    Rico

    "Matt W." wrote:

    > I have a series of bound check boxes on a form. When you first view the form,
    > all of the check boxes are shaded. When you click the checkbox, of course it
    > places a check in it. When you uncheck a box, that box becomes white. Then I
    > have 1 white check box and the others are still shaded. Is the shade in the
    > checkbox supposed to show me that its a virgin checkbox? I just want to make
    > sure that its nothing that im doing incorrectly. Any help is appreciated,
    > Thank You
    >
     
  4. BruceM

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    You could set the check box's default value to 0. I think that will get rid
    of the gray.

    "rico" <rico@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:E375CEB7-1695-4C37-88A3-7429DDE267AF@microsoft.com...
    > No its fine. The shading indicates null (no value). When you check a text
    > box
    > it has a value of -1. When you uncheck it will have a value of 0.
    >
    > HTH
    >
    > Rico
    >
    > "Matt W." wrote:
    >
    >> I have a series of bound check boxes on a form. When you first view the
    >> form,
    >> all of the check boxes are shaded. When you click the checkbox, of course
    >> it
    >> places a check in it. When you uncheck a box, that box becomes white.
    >> Then I
    >> have 1 white check box and the others are still shaded. Is the shade in
    >> the
    >> checkbox supposed to show me that its a virgin checkbox? I just want to
    >> make
    >> sure that its nothing that im doing incorrectly. Any help is appreciated,
    >> Thank You
    >>
     
  5. Matt W.

    Matt W.
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    Setting the default value to 0 does not seem to work. any other ideas?

    "BruceM" wrote:

    > You could set the check box's default value to 0. I think that will get rid
    > of the gray.
    >
    > "rico" <rico@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:E375CEB7-1695-4C37-88A3-7429DDE267AF@microsoft.com...
    > > No its fine. The shading indicates null (no value). When you check a text
    > > box
    > > it has a value of -1. When you uncheck it will have a value of 0.
    > >
    > > HTH
    > >
    > > Rico
    > >
    > > "Matt W." wrote:
    > >
    > >> I have a series of bound check boxes on a form. When you first view the
    > >> form,
    > >> all of the check boxes are shaded. When you click the checkbox, of course
    > >> it
    > >> places a check in it. When you uncheck a box, that box becomes white.
    > >> Then I
    > >> have 1 white check box and the others are still shaded. Is the shade in
    > >> the
    > >> checkbox supposed to show me that its a virgin checkbox? I just want to
    > >> make
    > >> sure that its nothing that im doing incorrectly. Any help is appreciated,
    > >> Thank You
    > >>

    >
    >
    >
     
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