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Blu
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visibility property of label based off drop down list selected value

Hello Friends,

 

I have a very basic drop-down (ddchoice) that contains three values, Yes, No, Maybe

 

How do I set the visibility property of a label to show if the selected value of ddChoice is yes, but not show if they select No or Maybe?

 

any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Blu

 

 

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eka24
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In the visible property:

ddchoice.Selected.Value="Yes"
or

ddchoice.Selected.ColumnName="Yes"

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eka24
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Super User

In the visible property:

ddchoice.Selected.Value="Yes"
or

ddchoice.Selected.ColumnName="Yes"

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eka24
Super User
Super User

In the visible property:

ddchoice.Selected.Value="Yes"
or

ddchoice.Selected.ColumnName="Yes"

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Blu
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100% worked 🙂

 

Thank you!

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