How to Insert Option Buttons
Option buttons, sometimes referred to as "radio buttons", allow the user to select a value from a limited range. Option buttons are useful when a limited number (2, 3, or 4) of allowed values exist.
You can create an option buttons control:
If you create the control using the Option Buttons display type, allowed values must be defined at domain level. In this case, the option buttons appear automatically after synchronization.
If you create the control in the Windows Designer, the values on the list can either be hard-coded, or retrieved from the database by means of a SQL statement or Related Column.
To insert an option buttons control using the Windows Designer:
Now the text box is turned into an option buttons control.
If you use the Value List property, separate the values by means of "returns" (either use SHIFT+ENTER, or CTRL+ENTER). If the actual values are not the same as the prompts you want to use, set the Value List Prompts property (again use returns to separate the values).
For example, set the Prompt to: Gender, and the Value List to: