1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 31, 2009 1:30 PM by philmodjunk

    conditional formatting



      conditional formatting




      i would like to set up a condtional formating step in which when a certain option is selected in one field, it "greys out" certain other fields and prevents the user from being able to enter data in them.


      is this possible?



        • 1. Re: conditional formatting

          You can certainly use conditional format to change the text color to grey, but conditional formatting will not affect the field's behavior. Search this forum for threads on "locking a record" (the advanced link works best) and you should be able to find a good description of how to use accounts and privileges to do the locking part.


          Let's say you want the fields to be grey when a checkbox formatted field has "locked" in it and normal format if it is empty:


          Use the formula option to enter:


          Not Isempty (table::lockfield)


          as the expression on each field you want to show grey (You can select all the fields and apply this conditional format once for all of them.).


          Now select a grey text color for it and the appearnce part is done.