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Multiple Choice JotBlock

Last updated 2016-08-10 14:54:24 UTC

Multiple Choice JotBlocks allow a signatory to select from a list of available options that you have made available. A Multiple Choice JotBlock is one of the Input Type selections available for a Text JotBlock when you have set the Input type to Signatory in template design mode.

A Multiple Choice JotBlock may be presented in 3 forms

  • Select whether to render to the document as Text (the T button) or a graphic (the check button)
  • If choosing text, enter
  • If choosing graphic, enter

 

Radio Buttons

You will use a radio button to represent selecting one of multiple selection areas on the form or document. For example, if your document contains 3 check boxes and only 1 should ever be selected, then you could use a radio button multiple choice JotBlock.

When you add an option to the list to be presented to the signatory you will be presented with a dialog asking you to draw where the rendered result should be placed. Then, you will specify the:

 

Checkboxes

You will use a checkbox to represent allowing many selection areas to be chosen on the form or document. For example, if your document contains 3 check boxes and combination of them may be selected, then you could use a checkbox multiple choice JotBlock.

As with the radio button control, when you add an option to the list to be presented to the signatory you will be presented with a dialog asking you to draw where the rendered result should be placed. Then, you will specify the:

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