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I am using a form with several checkboxes. The number of boxes will vary each time the program is run. As each checkbox is named checkbox1 to checkboxn, how can I check all the boxes without explicitly doing a checkboxn.checked=true for each box. Is it possible to run a for/next loop to check each box by renaming them somehow such that the indices can be used for the loop?




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