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HDI auto fill in multiple text boxes via Group Custom Properties

HDI auto fill in multiple text boxes via Group Custom Properties

HDI auto fill in multiple text boxes via Group Custom Properties

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I would like to utilize the Pop up feature of the Custom Properties to prompt a user to fill in several items that would in turn dynamically fill in several text boxes within the Master shape when it is inserted.

I can use a Field tied to the underlying shape within a group to automatically fill that text box from it's own Custom Properties box.  But I need help on using some sort of relative addressing from the Group Custom Properties to point to the indivual text boxes in the underlying shapes.

I read about IDs but that seems to work on static elements. I would like this to work from a master shape within the shapes in the group.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Ricky

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