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Convert Existing Text Card to Radio Button

How do I convert an existing text valued Card called 1.1_Reviewed - value yes - to a radio drop down with three options ["Yes","No","N/A"] = rbtn1.1.

I have added the radio button to the card and am at a stabdstill to link the button to then card so that when the selection is made the value in the listt reflects that choice.

The original list works well with Infopath - I am trying to create a mobile PowerApp  for the list.

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Super User
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Re: Convert Existing Text Card to Radio Button

@Anonymous,

It sounds like you want to modify an Edit Form to use a Radio button instead of the DataCardValue TextInput box inside a card.  Please do the following

  • Click on the Card containing the the TextInputbox that you want to replace.
  • Unlock the Card 
  • Select the TextInput box inside the card and hide it. (Visible property false)
  • Insert the Radio control into the card and change the Items property of the radio control to  ["Yes","No","N/A"]
  • You may want to change the Radio control's Layout property to Horizontal so that it fits better in the Card.
  • Click on the Card 
  • Change the Update property to Radio1.Selected.Value

That's it.Capture.PNG

 

 

 

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Convert Existing Text Card to Radio Button

@Anonymous,

It sounds like you want to modify an Edit Form to use a Radio button instead of the DataCardValue TextInput box inside a card.  Please do the following

  • Click on the Card containing the the TextInputbox that you want to replace.
  • Unlock the Card 
  • Select the TextInput box inside the card and hide it. (Visible property false)
  • Insert the Radio control into the card and change the Items property of the radio control to  ["Yes","No","N/A"]
  • You may want to change the Radio control's Layout property to Horizontal so that it fits better in the Card.
  • Click on the Card 
  • Change the Update property to Radio1.Selected.Value

That's it.Capture.PNG

 

 

 

 

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Convert Existing Text Card to Radio Button

Why can't I insert the Radio Control in the DataCard?

Because:

It is possible to hide the TextInput box with the DataCard still locked.

 

So, if you are like me, are the "insert the Radio control into the card" does not instert into the card, unlock it.

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Regular Visitor

Re: Convert Existing Text Card to Radio

thanks it works 

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