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How can I create a Conditions Statement: If Is Equal to AND IFAsked by roger2969 on June 09, 2015 at 05:03 PM
I am an Adobe Forms Central User moving to Jotorms
I have successfully imported my Adobe forms but am unhappy at the way they are being displayed when embedded on our site so have decided to create the forms afresh to see if the embedding looks cleaner.
In creating the ne Jotform there is a Conditions wizard statement that I would like to use which I have seen has been successfully imported from the adobe central forms but I am unable to re-create the condition when creating a new form within a brand new Jotform .
The Condition statement on the imported Adobe Central forms is:
If <Field> Is Equal To "syntax" AND IF <field> Is Equal to "syntax" SHOW <Field>
Fields are <Course Selection> AND <Attending as> which then displays <Course dates>
When trying to recreate this in a new Jotform I am only presented with the IF THEN statement option and not the AND IF option
The original form on our site can be found at http://www.changequest.co.uk/change-management-booking_form.php
The imported form from Adobe into Jot form is called CHange Management Course Booking Form
The New JotForm created/built to replicate this form is CM Delegate details:
Your support would be greatly appreciated
Please check this example:
When you want to add nested condition, simply click on "Add New Rule", and choose "All" which means "and if", if you choose "Any" it will mean "or if". Let us know if you need more help, we will be glad to assist you.