You are still coding "If Check1 = True"
It always will be True, because Check1 is the checkbox control itself. That
contains something (a checkbox) so it is value is NOT "nothing" and
therefore, is true always.
You need to say "If Check1.Value = True then" which tests the Value property
that Check1 contains. That will toggle between True and False depending on
what the user does. Check1 has several other properties as well: for
example, its name. But there is only one .Value.
Did you look at the examples I referred you to?
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