Tip

Format multiline check boxes and radio buttons on Web

You can use HTML to format multiline check boxes and radio buttons that appear on a Web page. To do so, include the field in a passthrough HTML table and format the keyword entries like this:
{<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 cols=5 rows=1 valign=top><td>}
FIELD
{</td></table>}

keyword entries:
"Audio Tape"
"Billboard Ad"
"Brochure"
"Business Card"
"CD"
"Financial Report"
"Forms"
"Guide/Manual{</td><td valign=top>}|Guide/Manual"
"Letter of Recruitment"
"Letter of Solicitation"
"Letterhead"
"Magazine Ad"
"Magazine Article"
"Newsletter"
"Newspaper Ad"
"Product Guide{</td><td valign=top>}|Product Guide"
"Radio Ad"
"Rate Card"
"Script"
"Slideshow"
"Software"
"Television Ad"
"Video Tape"
"Website"
"Yellow Pages Ad{</td><td valign=top>}|Yellow Pages Ad"

This was first published in August 2001

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