I have hit a wall. I have done this in vbscript but cannot seem to convert it to powershell.
The columns can be in any order as long as the checkbox is on the "component"
You state that …
I have done this in vbscript but cannot seem to convert it to powershell.
… but you are not showing any if that VBS or PS you've done thus far and what issues you are having with PS to get it working or what errors you are having. Thus leaving anyone here to guess at this.
You need to post you code.
You also don't say what OS and PS version you ae using as well as what tool(S) (PS console only, PS ISE, VSCode, etc...) you are using to do this.
Hard coding GUI forms is a good education, but you don't have to do it that way. There have been free GUI tools for PS for a while now, PowerGUI, Primal Forms, etc., though they are no longer available.
However, there is this web site https://poshgui.com, where it provide you a drag and drop form designer. Now, this is only the form, you still have to wire up all the code to make it really do anything other than just display.
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