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This is probably easy...how do you make a radio button list so you can select more than one button in a list?  Thanks.

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Don't put the Radio Buttons in a List

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Don't put the Radio Buttons in a List

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Thanks!  I kind of figured that but was just wondering if there was a way to do within a list.  Thanks again!

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No as soon as you put it in a list it is expecting a single value .....John Brinkman wrote a blog entry on how to

set up a subform and only allow x number of selections. Here is a link to the blog entry:

http://blogs.adobe.com/formfeed/2008/10/exclusion_groups_v30.html

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