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powerapps890
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HIde button until form is complete

I have a form where the submission button should only light up if all the fields in the form are filled in. Here is what I have on the default for the toggle. !IsBlank(DataCardValue1.Text)&& !IsBlank(DataCardValue6.Text) && !IsBlank(Label3.Text) && !IsBlank(DataCardValue9.Text)&& !IsBlank(Label6.Text)&& !IsBlank(DataCardValue7.Text). On the display mode for the submit button I have this If(tglvalidform.Value, Edit, Disabled). It only works if there are only two && once I put the others the button never lights up. I am not sure what I am doing wrong here.

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@powerapps890 

Setting your Required property on a DataCard does not make it gray out and be non-editable.  It just makes it required.  Which means that your Form.Valid property will be usable.  Perhaps you got confused on that I was stating....set the required fields to true and then use the Form.Valid property to set the displaymode of the BUTTON.

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That didn't work. It only worked when I re chose everything from the comboboxes @JR-BejeweledOne 

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