You can collect information from your Web site visitors by using "forms." These special tools allow you to conduct surveys and tests, collect names and addresses, and even sell products over the Internet.
Radio buttons are useful when you want your visitor to choose only one option from a list. For example, you can use radio buttons to create multiple-choice tests where examinees are expected to choose only one answer from a list of four options.
To add radio buttons:
1) Type a question. For example: Which word means "a period of 1,000 years"? Then press the Enter key.
2) Click Insert on the Menu bar and choose Form, then Radio Button. A radio button appears on your page along with two larger buttons that say "Submit" and "Reset." Your cursor is between the radio button and the Submit button.
4) Click Insert on the Menu bar and choose Form, then Radio Button. A second radio button appears.
5) Type your text for Option 2. For example: millennium. Then press the Enter key.
6) Repeat Step 4 with the text for Option 3. Then press the Enter key.
TIP: Your form will only work after your Web site is on the Internet. It does not work when your Web site documents are on your own computer only.