I'm designing a hardware replacement form to be used in-house. What I need to do though is add several (2 I think) macros to the Word document that helps the user.
For instance...once the "Failed Component's Rack" checkbox is checked by the user the corresponding drop down box is activated. Only one checkbox can be selected at a time (in the forms toolbar I couldn't find radio buttons or frames).
Also when the correct piece of hardware is selected it searches a list for the corresponding IP Address (I was thinking about matching up an index number to an IP Adddress or some kind of CASE statement).
I've attached the word document zipped up.
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