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Can we have a more than one answer applies scenario in a sharepoint survey? How can this be done?

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Can we have survey questions in Sharepoint 2007 (not the latest 2010) where you have a more than one answer applies scenario?

Ex:

Which countries did you visit in 2010?

Choices:

A
B
C
D
E
F
G

User should be able to select more than one, so for example he could select A&C&E and the results should be store in the list.
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Yes.  

After you selected Choice option in Question and Type, under Additional Question and Settings, check Checkboxes (allow multiple selections).

Hope that helps.

Ezs
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by:darthvader747
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Do we have this 'Additional Question settings option' in Sharepoint 2007?
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by:Banthor
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Yes, Even SP 2003 has the checkbox feature.
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Thanks Banthor
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