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  1. Upload a file to DocHub using the Drag-and-Drop area.
  2. Use the toolbar to Modify a Radio Button in a Document and make other changes to the document.
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  5. Click Download or Export, depending on your selected storage location.

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How to Modify a Radio Button in a Document

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hey guys he going in this video Ill be showing you how to create a custom radio button using pure HTML and CSS so this is going to be a solution which requires no external libraries and its also gonna work in most if not all of the modern web browsers even including Internet Explorer so its really easy to achieve and it requires about 30 to 40 lines of CSS so this right here is the final solution as we can see just an example here what is your favorite text editor and if I was to choose something like Visual Studio code we can see right there we get a nice animation along with that that our custom styling or for that video button so it works really nicely and like I said its really easy to do so lets go inside this tab right here and begin from scratch so inside the HTML file it looks something like this so the first thing Im gonna do is I want to make a new directory right here Im going to call this directory radio and this will contain our CSS file for the customer radio butt

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1:07 10:36 How to create radio/option buttons, text boxes and check - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip So lets see how we from where do we get them you go to file options customize button and you see aMoreSo lets see how we from where do we get them you go to file options customize button and you see a Developer tab which is unchecked here if you check this say ok it will show up here as developer. So
For lack of a better term, this feature is called the object browser, and it is manifested by three small tools just below the vertical scroll bar, in the lower-right corner of the screen. One of the tools looks like a double up arrow, and another like a double down arrow.
If the Controls task pane is not visible, click More Controls on the Insert menu, or press ALT+I, C. Under Insert controls, click Option Button. In the Insert Option Buttons dialog box, enter the number of buttons that you want to insert, and then click OK.
Under Insert controls, click Option Button. In the Insert Option Buttons dialog box, enter the number of buttons that you want to insert, and then click OK.
A radio button is inserted in the Microsoft Word document where your cursor was placed in the beginning. Right click it, and select Option Button Object Edit from the context menu, in case the need to edit the radio button arises.
Right-click your mouse on the toolbar button you want to modify. (Right-click on the toolbar button itself, not within the dialog box.) Word displays a Context menu. Choose Edit Button Image from the Context menu.
Insert a button On the form template, place the cursor where you want to insert the control. If the Controls task pane is not visible, click More Controls on the Insert menu, or press ALT+I, C. Under Insert controls, click Button. Double-click the button icon that was inserted onto your form template.
In the Customize the Ribbon window under the Customize the Ribbon list, click the custom group that you want to add a command to. In the Choose commands from list, click the list you want to add commands from, for example, Popular Commands or All Commands. Click a command in the list that you choose. Click Add.
Under Insert controls, click Button. Double-click the button icon that was inserted onto your form template. Click the General tab. In the Action list, click the action that you want the button to perform.
To edit the Radio button, right-click the Radio button and select OptionButton Object, then click Edit from the context menu. Now the Radio or options button is editable, type the text you want. Follow the step above to insert more radio buttons. Click the Design button to exit the Design Mode.

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