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#1: override box or macro to fill in certain fields

Posted on 2008-04-21 16:45:08 by MattG

I have a form I use for inspecting our products.

On this form there are a large number of fields each representing an
element that needs to be inspected before the product leaves our
shop. Each or these have buttons representing pass or fail.

Generally more often than not everything is okay.

So what I want is to have a master button or script or macro that will
fill in all the fields as pass. Any help?

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#2: Re: override box or macro to fill in certain fields

Posted on 2008-04-21 23:03:33 by Helpful Harry

In article
<81092b53-6f26-40d9-8389-83cb5056e18a@s33g2000pri.googlegroups.com>,
mattG <mgohring@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a form I use for inspecting our products.
>
> On this form there are a large number of fields each representing an
> element that needs to be inspected before the product leaves our
> shop. Each or these have buttons representing pass or fail.
>
> Generally more often than not everything is okay.
>
> So what I want is to have a master button or script or macro that will
> fill in all the fields as pass. Any help?

It depends on what you mean by "buttons representing pass or fail", but
it's most likely that your "master button" just needs to run a Script
that sets each field to "Pass".
eg.
Set Field [Element_1; "Pass"]
Set Field [Element_2; "Pass"]
Set Field [Element_3; "Pass"]
etc.

Helpful Harry
Hopefully helping harassed humans happily handle handiwork hardships ;o)

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