When space is limited in a document it is often helpful to be able to combine multiple states into one field. For example, suppose that you have a form and in it you would like to be able to change the setting from blank to a check symbol (representing yes) to an X or cross symbol (representing no or wrong). Or maybe you have multiple symbols that represent distinct levels. As the user who fills out the form advances in skill, they require a frequent update to their status in a specific order. In this chapter, you’ll see how to create ...
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16. Multi-State Check Boxes
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