dont use repetitions, simply use fields.
if you need 5 checkboxes, make 5 fields.
then make a value list and attach to each checkbox.
say you want the field to have a value of 1 when checked, make a valuelist with only 1 value : 1
if you want it to say "no" when checked, make a value list with 1 value: no
Ok that I do have running right now. I have some checkboxes that are attached to some kind of value list. Currently I have it as a test set up where check box 1 is a value of 1, then second is 2, and the last one is 3. So far my field that is attached to the check boxes, and it only shows the value of the first checkbox I click on, and nothing changes when I click on the others. What I am trying to get them to do is for a field to look at which ones are checked and add the values that are checked. So for instance if I have box 1 and 2 checked, that a field will return the sum of 3. Would I have to use some kind of calculation field? If so what functions should I look into to preform this task.
Yes, but this won't be accurate.
Because say each field has a value of 1 when checked and you have 5 boxes:
0 1 0 1
will be the same as
1 1 1 0
in other words, they both add up to 3.
You could use letters instead, such as
a b c d
that way, you could use a calculation like so:
CheckBoxField1 & CheckBoxField2 & CheckBoxField3 & CheckBoxField4 & CheckBoxField5
That would return things like:
oh ok interesting. I will give that a try and see what happens then. Thanks for the help.