Unanswered: Disabling a Label with a Checkbox
Forgive me if this is a stoopid question:
I have a form that enables/disables many controls depending on the state of other controls on the form.
I have a ton of checkboxes on the form that are enabled/disabled in this manner. The checkboxes are arranged in an array-style format.
There are labels on the each of the rows & columns of the checkboxes. I want to be able to enable/disable the row & column labels when the checkboxes are affected.
At first, I thought I found an easy solution. I associated one of the row/column labels with a specific checkbox in the array. When I disabled the checkbox, the label became disabled as well. For a while, I thought everything was just fine ...
However, I just realized that If I click on the row/column labels now, a checkbox will get set as a result. This is very undesirable.
Is there an easy way to actively disable a label without associating it to a checkbox? There doesn't seem to be a '.Enabled' property available for labels.
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