Use this dialog box to control the display of subforms from a choice subform set or rows from a choice section.
• Matches a single subform from the choice subform set, or a row from the choice section, with a like-named data node from the data connection. Only the subform or row with a name matching one of the data nodes will appear in the form layout.Associates a single subform from the choice subform set, or a single row form the choice section, with a user-defined data node from within the data connection. You can then use relational scripting expressions, such as equality and inequality expressions, in the Expression field to indicate the conditions that must occur for the named subform or row to appear in the form layout. The first entry in the Alternative Subforms list with an expression that evaluates to true displays on the form.Adds a new subform object to the choice subform set or row to the choice section. Adding a new subform or row adds a duplicate of the subform object currently selected in the Alternative Subforms list. If no subform or row is selected, then a new unnamed subform is added to the choice subform set or choice section.Removes the currently selected subform or row object from the current choice subform set or choice section.Specifies the name of a subform object within the choice subform set or the name of a row within the choice section.
• Disables data binding using a user-defined data node from the data connection. The subform or row is still bound to a like-named data node from the data connection, if any exists.Specifies a relational scripting expression, such as equality and inequality expressions, to indicate the conditions that must occur for the named subform or row to appear in the form layout.Specifies which scripting language you want to use for the current calculation or script. There are two options: