I am being tasked with creating a form (I work as an Engineer), a bit like an Excel spreadsheet where the output will be a list of "Part numbers". I would like to be able to create a form, that has inputs that are logical. For example, it turns off certain inputs if another input is selected. I.E "Do you want a sandwich: Yes|No". If "No" is selected, it'll turn off the next question "What do you want on your sandwich?". I find that Excel isn't very good at this, and in particular, it's not very good at changing pictures. Which would also be very handy, if a picture is changeable based on rules.
As an example of what I'm after. There is software called "Driveworks" which is an addon to "Solidworks". This allows the user to create forms, and drive inputs by "Variables" which are parameters with their own rules built in (based on IF Statements etc.). It also creates word files, excel files based on the above too.
This will be a sort of "Configurator", but I don't want it to communicate with Solidworks/Inventor in any way. Just a form (for now).