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Create circle on form

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I'm working on creating a form that will be submitted to a govermental
agency. The form needs to be exactly as they have create it so I've
imported the base form as an Unbound Object from the original Word
Document and I'm placing my items onto this.

One item requires you to Circle if Male or Female. I'm trying to
figure how to create the circle so that the base of the form will show
through and the circle will be placed in 1 of 2 locaitons based on
whether the individual is male or female.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks
Nov 13 '05 #1
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In message <f3**************************@posting.google.com >, mar10a
<ma****@yahoo.com> writes
I'm working on creating a form that will be submitted to a govermental
agency. The form needs to be exactly as they have create it so I've
imported the base form as an Unbound Object from the original Word
Document and I'm placing my items onto this.

One item requires you to Circle if Male or Female. I'm trying to
figure how to create the circle so that the base of the form will show
through and the circle will be placed in 1 of 2 locaitons based on
whether the individual is male or female.


You could use one object and move it from place to place. It's probably
simpler to place two objects on the form and use code to make just one
of them visible. You could use either a label with the letter O or a
bitmap graphic.
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Bernard Peek
London, UK. DBA, Manager, Trainer & Author. Will work for money.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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ma****@yahoo.com (mar10a) wrote in message news:<f3**************************@posting.google. com>...
I'm working on creating a form that will be submitted to a govermental
agency. The form needs to be exactly as they have create it so I've
imported the base form as an Unbound Object from the original Word
Document and I'm placing my items onto this.

One item requires you to Circle if Male or Female. I'm trying to
figure how to create the circle so that the base of the form will show
through and the circle will be placed in 1 of 2 locaitons based on
whether the individual is male or female.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks


Create two circles. One for male, one for female and make only one
of them visible, depending on the choice of M/F.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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