You should not need a script to do this. Keep in mind that if you check multiplle categories, you will only find records that include all of the checked find criteria.
Yes you use a script that finds that checkbox value.
Where can I find information on troubleshooting? It's all been a learning
curve to me. I was excited to figure out how to auto populate a checkbox,
lol. I'd like to know how the relationships between tables works.
It may help to know that 'checkbox' is a format on a field that uses a list of values from which to select. If you place the same field on the layout (without the checkbox format), you will see that it is just a return-delimited list. As you check/uncheck values those are added to/removed from the plain field. The value list itself is also return-delimited, so setting the plain field to all the values, makes them appear "checked". Knowing what is underneath is a good way to begin exploring "what else can I do with that knowledge?" The "value" functions, perhaps? Or several cool tricks!
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I think I'm following, but everyday words in these contexts are like when my wife became a CPA and a paragraph was confusing.
I am looking at values list and checked "all values" in connection to the checkbox.
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Can you post a sample file?
Or just describe exactly what you did and what incorrect results you got.