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Re: Problems with XML import to PDF form esp. checkboxes
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Tundra Steve, it sounds like that, that all the checkboxes behave like oneset of radio buttons. But they aren't. They are separate sets ofcheckboxes, and while some sets could behave like radio buttons(male/female, for example), they should really all behave like thecheckboxes that they are, and allow any and all to be selected.Thanks and God Bless,Gidon Ariel gidon.ariel@gmail.comcell 054-5665037, home 02-5354586, VoIP 845-445-1604Israel fax 1532-5354586, USA fax 623-433-4874Maale Hever, DN Har...

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I am posting this here because it was suggested to me to do so when I posted it here:http://forums.adobe.com/message/5613723Hi,I work with a certain PDF form created by the US government. They recently "upgraded" the form. (N600K)With the old form, I would import values in an XML file, which worked fine.With the new form, I have encountered a problem:The checkboxes behave as if they are ALL one group of radio buttons, which means only one can be selected at a time.There are quite a few questions...

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