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asmsdn
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If and statement to hide dropdown

Hi All, I'm trying to hide DropDown3 based on two variables. If Dropdown1 value is "Screw" and if Dropdown 2 value startswith "M".

 

Thanks in Advance

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RandyHayes
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@asmsdn 

For what your descriptions shows, you should be simply basing this off of Dropdown1 and Dropdown2.  There is no need for any variables.

Ex. This formula on the Visible property of Dropdown3 will hide it if the conditions are met:

  !(Dropdown1.Selected.Value = "Screw" && StartsWith(Dropdown2.Selected.Value, "M"))

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@asmsdn 

For what your descriptions shows, you should be simply basing this off of Dropdown1 and Dropdown2.  There is no need for any variables.

Ex. This formula on the Visible property of Dropdown3 will hide it if the conditions are met:

  !(Dropdown1.Selected.Value = "Screw" && StartsWith(Dropdown2.Selected.Value, "M"))

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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