New in v. 2020:

   Most of the previous examples formatted the <<*If equations in a strictly linear array. But (beginning with v. 2020.40), you can (and perhaps should for your more complex equations) format such equations in such a way as to make them more readable to a casual scan by a user. You can add an Enter between the major sections and you can also indent the True and the False parts. The comma that separates the initial <<*If . . .>> equation from the True part, and the comma that separates the True part from the False part must still be included.

Example:

<<*AskOptions*!TypeDeed!Standard Deed/Deed of Gift/Marital Settlement Deed/Deed of Trust*>>

Each of the below presentations of <<*If. . .>> equations based on the above are 'legal:'

<<*If(any)*!TypeDeed!="1,4",!Taxable!="True",!Taxable!="False">>

OR

<<*If(any)*!TypeDeed!="1,4",

!Taxable!="True",

!Taxable!="False">>

OR

<<*If(any)*!TypeDeed!="1,4",

 !Taxable!="True",

 !Taxable!="False">>

OR

<<*If(any)*!TypeDeed!="1,4",

 !Taxable!="True",

 !Taxable!="False"

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