This should be simple but for some reason this rule is not working on my form.
Basically I need a box to be hidden unless the user selects "MCHD" OR "FBCS" from a drop down.
The rule I set on the panel is the following:
[Business Type]!= "MCHD" || [Business Type]!= "FBCS"
I have tried:
can I not use != with ||? The rule works with just one. I also created two calculated values where 1 is if [business type] == MCHD, TRUE. the second is the same but for FBCS. I then created two rules off of those calculated values. This still didn't work.
Do I need to do the opposite and say if [Business Type] == all of the other options other than MCHD and FBCS, then hide?
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not([Business Type] == "MCHD" || [Business Type] == "FBCS")
with your condition, if you select one of MCHD or FBCS one of the expressions evaluates to true which in turn evaluates whole condition to true and so panel is hidden.