If you look at the result in the previous examples, you will see check-boxes next to each option and a “Separators” box at the bottom. If you wish to restrict the use to making a single choice, use the ‘(radio) modifier so that single select 'radio buttons’ are presented. Simply add the word “(radio)” (parenthesis required) next to the word 'Options'. (Note that the closing "*" is still required to close out the "Options" command.)

Structure:

       <<*Options(radio)* . . .

Example:

<<*Options(radio)*Ship FedEx/Ship Standard Ground/Hold for Pickup/Out of Stock*As per your request, the widgets will be shipped by Federal Express and we will bill you for the extra cost of shipping./As per your request, we will send the widgets by standard ground transport. This may take 3 to 5 additional days./As per your request, we will hold the widgets for pickup by your courier./The widgets you have ordered are not currently in stock. We will ship them as soon as possible. If we have not shipped within 5 days of this date, you will have the option to cancel the order.>>

This is the result:

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Options presentation with 'radio' buttons.
Only one of the choices provided can be selected.

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