Using uipath form builder, want the user to select a few rows from an existing datatable and discard the unselected ones

Hi There,

I am a new UIPath Studio user, and my use case is that I have a data table of 4 columns and 70 rows. I am able to show that data table to user using uipath form. What dont understand is how to give user the option to select multiple rows in the form by clicking on them and then once user presses submit in the form, the flow removes the unselected rows from the datatable and keep the ones selected. I tried using radio buttons in the form but cannot figure out how to do this. Any sample/example that someone has already done something like that would be very helpful. If this use case is not possible using form builder, is there any alternative method to achieve the same result?

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