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Default Using properties as parameters - one more thing!

I have a summary sheet I have created a DAP for & I want to hyperlink to another DAP showing detail. Clicking on the value, I want to pick up the field ID as a parameter to my script along with another field value. I have looked up MS Help and I think it is possible but am lost/confused as to how to proceed, can anyone help?

02/09/04 OK so I'm new to this, what I really wanted was to use was the 'for' property of the script I was in. MS Help enabled me to ascertain that using script id dot htmlFor does the trick. This meant that I needed to put an id on the automatically generated script code . I reckon that I can get the for without an id by doing something with the word 'this' that pops up all over MS examples (but not in MS help that I can see).

Am I correct in this assumption, can someone explain common uses of 'this '?
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