RadioButton Properties


RadioButton controls are appropriate when you want to select between a small number of choices.


The most important property for a check box control is the definition of its choices. When you allow the user to select multiple values, the control returns an array. To convert an array to a character value, you need to use an expression like the following:


In-line style 

Specifies style attributes that override the settings inherited from the style sheet. Click to define the In-line style. Refer to the Style Editor for details.


The orientation of the label. The choices are: "Horizontal" and "Vertical"

Column flow 

Specify how the choices are organized. LRTB - left-to-right, then top-to-bottom. TBLR - top-to-bottom, then left-to-right Choices include.

Column count 

Specify how many columns should be used to display the radiobutton choices.

Row count 

Specify how many rows should be used to display the radiobutton choices.

Maximum choices 

Specify the maximum number of choices to show. Set to 0 to show all choices.

Not in list rule 

Specifies the value to display if the list contains a value not coded in the page. The options are:

Add to list

Display the value

Do Nothing

Show the first value in the list