i got it nicely.<BR><BR>i use NT with IE5 and sp1<BR><BR>i works great. Hurts the eyes seeing so many dropdowns but it is clean and clear. <BR><BR>cant reproduce your problem<BR><BR>what IE are you using??
i will tel you how my team developed it you may (and i suggest should) try this<BR><BR>have only ONE row and ask the user enter the stuff. Once he submits save in the DB and show him what he saved with the same row below.<BR><BR>That way he can add another one if he wants or can he happy. He can keep adding until he wnats to stop. We usally got about 5 to 10 rows per user and it worked fine<BR><BR>Recap<BR><BR>Only one row with a submit button<BR><BR>when user submits save and redirect to same page which will have submitted data as well as provision to enter another record below they will also have th provision to edit or delete already submitted data.<BR><BR>This will all be avail to the manager at the end of the week for review after which one cannot change submitted data.<BR><BR>That was my version and i think it is a better way that what you are trying.<BR><BR>If you need help with it start coding and we could help you along the way
I have finished the project a few months ago. I use NT4 Workstation and IE5 when I was developing the application. No problems at all. The problem is some users use Win 95 and IE5 and enter over 30 lines a week, that cause the problem. I'm trying to find some way to fix it without change too much my code. Thanks.