I am trying to create a textbox that displays my current (single) selection using the following expression:
=getcurrentselections (chr(13), chr(13), chr(13), 10 )
The problem that I have is that the output also dispays the column name of the selection. How can I remove this?
can you please let me know what the output look like?
With the expression mentioned above, the output is:
What I want is to remove the column name, so that only the selected value is displayed.
i dnt think it makes sense to remove column name....in case of multiple selections, how do u know what is selected in which field ?
what exactly u trying to achieve?
I want to create a Project report, and I want the report to dynamically display the project name as a header to the report. What I then do is select the project I want the report to display.
you can achieve this with subfield around the getfieldselections
Try to put this in a text box:
=replace(subfield(getcurrentselections ( Month ),':',2),',',chr(10))
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