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Hi Everyone,
I'd like to create a survey with check boxes option for the type of answer of the question.  I'd like to add a text box under each question.  I want to do it like how it's showing below:

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Any idea how I can do that?  Thanks in advance for your help.
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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
you can do it with standard Survey
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amarelvAuthor Commented:
Hi George -  Thank you so much for the quick reply.  Could you please provide me instructions where I can checkbox AND  text box  for the type of answer of the question.
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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
Use a multiple choice question ,
Check the option to allow user to enter own value.
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amarelvAuthor Commented:
Hi George - Thank you for working with me on this request.

Could you please let me know if I could change the wording of the "Specify your own value" to "If other/product/ life event".

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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
That should be your last choice in the choice list

Go to List Settings :

under the Question / Column "What brought ... ? "   that would be the last choice , Change it to any text you want.
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amarelvAuthor Commented:
Hi George,
Based on your suggestion,  I made "If other/product/ life event - be specific" the last choice but wanted users to fill out a text box when selecting that option so I checked off "Yes" in the Allow "Fill-in' choices.
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I'm still getting the "Specify your own value:"  
 QuestionCould you please tell me where I could have "If other/product/life event - be specific" the last choice and have a text box below it.  I'd like to get rid of the "Specify your own value" but still want user to fill out a text box.
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DFiorucciCommented:
There is no way to specify your own verbage. ...unless you dig into the code of how sharepoint presents the options -I don't know how to do that. The best you can do is click the radio box to allow 'Fill-in' choices: with a Yes and then take what they give you. "Specify your own value:"

Another idea would be to add a question with "Multiple lines of text"
 looks like this to users:
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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
that was the answer proposed.

but i also wanted to see if the user is comfortable with java scripts.

you can edit the form or the site master page to have the text replaced.

i don't like doing that myself but can do it if needed.

maintenance and migration will be a chall
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