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Topic: set value of Checkbox with ActiveX-Object
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 39842
From: ClaudPrz
Date: 5/7/2002 03:29 AM

Hello,

I want change the value of checkbox in the fdf-file with VFP. In the property of the checkbox is fill out export value with Yes. But in the fdf-File is located /V /Off for this field and not /V (Off) as the value of the other fields. I works to change the FDF-file with the ActiveX-object. And so I write FDFSetValue(tcFeldname,tcWert,.F.)

tcFeldname - name of checkbox
tcWert - the value "YES" (type string)

After the command in the FDF-File contains /V (YES) and not /V /YES and the checkbox remains empty after repeated opening.

Thank's for everyone help !
Claudia from Germany

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