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Powerpoint Radio Button

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Hi,

How can I put radio button in my powerPoint file.  I am able to do the checkbox but not the
radio button.
the radio button should be in the option section

Please help.
Thanks,
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copy paste these radio buttons to your needs.
hope that helps
Create-Routine.ppt
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Thank you
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lulu,

If you are using PowerPoint 2007, you need to display the Developer Tab to see the radio button in the Control Groups. See screenshot attached.

Sincerely,
Ed
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