Setting Choices for Two State Buttons
A data field displayed as a two state button sets only two predefined values.
Select the control, choose Object > Properties and display the Setup tab.
Select "Two-state button" in the Field-Type list.
Display the Choices tab.
Optionally, change the Check box text that appears next to the check box.
Select the Display style. The options are:
"Bitmap followed by text"
"Bitmap over text"
"Text followed by bitmap"
"Text over bitmap"
Enter the Check box true value. This is the value that is stored in your field when the check is visible.
Enter the Check box false value. This is the value that is stored in your field when the check is not visible.
If the selection in step 5 included bitmaps:
1. Click Define bitmaps... to display the Define Bitmaps dialog box. Otherwise, click OK to save your choices definition.
2. In the Define Bitmaps dialog box select each entry in turn and click Define Bitmap to display the Define Picture dialog box.
3. In the Define Picture dialog box optionally check Button displays a different picture when a button is pressed. This causes the Pressed tab to appear.
4. Optionally, on the Default tab click Embedded and Select Embedded Bitmap. Navigate to the image, select it, and click Open.
5. Optionally, on the Default tab click File and the 'up arrow' icon. Navigate to the image, select it, and click Open.
6. Optionally, on the Default tab click Internal and the 'up arrow' icon. Select the image from the Insert Image dialog box, and click Insert.
7. If the Pressed tab is visible, display it, and select another image in the same manner as Described by steps 9b through 9f.
8. Click OK, OK and OK to save your choices definition.