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Check Box allows the user to select an option or leave it unselected (i.e. select between Yes or No).
To add a check box onto your form, switch to form editing mode and click the tool.
See also: Adding interactive fields
To edit a check box, right-click the check box and select Properties... on the shortcut menu.
See also: Editing interactive fields
Check box properties
On the General tab, you can specify the general properties of the check box (field name, pop-up tip, size, etc.).
Field Name - This is a required property. It will be displayed above the field in form editing mode. Each field must have a unique name. Field names must not start or end with a full stop or contain two or more consecutive full stops.
Tooltip - The text of the tip that appears when you point to the field in fill-out mode.
Required - If this option is selected, the field will be marked as required.
- The width and height of the field are independent of each other.
- The width and height of the field can only be changed in proportion to each other.
On the Appearance tab, you can specify frame thickness and color, fill color, and the color of the check.
Checkmark Color - The color of the check inside the box.
Fill Color - The fill color.
Stroke Color - The color of the frame enclosing the field.
Thickness - The thickness of the frame enclosing the field.
Set as Default Style - The current settings will be used for any new check boxes that you create.
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