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Michael Hinze

See attached a quick example. The potential issue with this solution is that you can click the same item five times (I don't know if that's acceptable for your purposes). The thread I had referenced required you to select a specific number of (different) items).

Wendy Farmer

Hi Tin

See attached sample file. There is a shape that is set to an initial state of hidden that overlays the buttons.  When the count = 5 it changes state to normal.  Because it has a fill and is 100% transparent the user can't see it but also can't click on the buttons.

This is a very simplified example. If you wanted the user to be able to change their mind and deselect, select other buttons you'd need to do a bit more work with it.

Hope this  helps