The item will have the values of the choices that are checked. It’s the same as any other multi-value field. The values are basically stored as an array. So, for example, given your line of code above, you could then get the choices that were selected by referring to
Or you could assign it to a variable of your own that was Dim’ed as an array, such as
myarray = item.values
You could check to see if the user checked a particular option with
If item.contains( “value you want to test for” )
If you’re using LotusScript, the debugger is your friend. You can use it to see the value of every variable and field at every step of the code. This is invaluable at helping you figure out how things are being stored, and where things are going wrong. HTH.