What's a good Way to do this?

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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default What's a good Way to do this?

    I purchase software for our company and I need to create a web form so ppl can request software for purchase and my problem is that I don&#039;t know in advance how many different products they would want, so I can&#039;t think of a good way to create a form which could handle from 1 type of software to millions...help me out... thank you..<BR><BR>Example:<BR><BR>one person might only want 1 product: office<BR>another person might want 2 products: office and windows<BR>another person might want 3 products: office windows and acrobat....<BR><BR>any ideas<BR>

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: What's a good Way to do this?

    Well, you can ask them in step one how many items they want to request then give them boxes for that number of items, or you can be really un-advanced and put it in a text area. <BR><BR>Put me down for VisualStudio.Net

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