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This is easy on Windows. Format the field as a menu (a list won't work), disallow access to it and remove it from the tab order, and format it as a button attached to a script that goes to the field, pauses for 0 seconds, and then continues with your If steps. When the menu drops down, it will be frozen until the user either makes a selection or clicks out of the field. To account for the latter, set a global field with the menu field's data at the beginning of your script. Then you can test after the Pause/Resume step If [field <> globalfield], if you don't want to perform any steps when they haven't changed the data.

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