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Using Radio Buttons
Using Checkboxes
Using Textboxes
        
Common Problems
Submit Button Doesn't Respond


 
Using Radio Buttons
To select a radio button, move your mouse pointer over the radio button you wish to select and click once. If you want to change your answer, just click another radio button under the same question and your previous mark will be deleted.

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Using Checkboxes
Selecting a checkbox is almost exactly like selecting a radio button. Move your mouse cursor over the checkbox you wish to select and click once. Checkboxes work a bit differently when it comes to deselecting compared to radio buttons. With checkboxes one must actually reclick the selection again for the check mark to go away because more than one checkbox can be selected under a single question.

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Using textboxes
To put your answer into a textbox move your mouse pointer over any part of the textbox and click once. Then just type in your answer using the keyboard. To delete an answer double-click in the box (the text should now be highlighted) and then press either the "Backspace" or "Delete" key. When you have the correct answer in the textbox, proceed to the next question or submit button.

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Submit Button Doesn't Respond
"I keep clicking the submit/next page/continue button, but nothing happens." -

Repeatedly clicking a submit button does not make any page on the web load faster. When you click a submit button, the process of sending your information and moving onto the next page begins. If the button is clicked again, then the progress so far is abandoned, and the process starts over again from the beginning.

If it takes a long time for anything to occur after you press a submit button, it is probably because of a slow network connection, heavy network traffic, or other similar problems. In any case, the fastest procedure is to click the submit button once and wait for the network to transfer your information and load the next page. Repeatedly clicking the button will only slow the process down.

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