Choices menu have a choice options from 1 to 5, and Multiple checks are allowed, so what happened is, when I choose 1, it display 1 field, but when I choose 1 or some other option, let say 1 and 2, or any other choice, than it makes the condition false and 1 field disappear. Is there anyway I can display multiple fields and selection on the more than one value that does not make it disappear.
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Your rule will work with this condition >>> not(contains(Choice,'1'))
Consider that the value of Choice when you select 1 and 2 , is [1,2] so you will need to know if 1 is contained on those choosen values.
so just to be clear for someone looking for a same solution, as Fernando describe about the selected values, I was able to get the values from Choice Menu through the Calculated field, and that string you can match in the Contains action. I try to used Choice field control name as it is in the Contains action that didn't work so I used calculated field to get the choices and use that calculated field in the Not(Contain(cal, '1')) formula.