Radio Buttons and Check Boxes
When you are working in the R/3 System, entering information sometimes involves selecting options. In some cases, you can choose only one option; in others, you can choose more than one.
When you can choose only one option, radio buttons are displayed next to the options, as seen in this example.
When you can choose more than one option, check boxes are displayed next to the options, as seen in this example.
Choosing Options with Radio Buttons
To choose the option you want in a list of radio button options, click on the radio button next to the option that you want to choose
The radio button for that option is filled in. In the example shown above for radio buttons, the Period decimal notation is selected:
To choose a radio button with the keyboard, place the cursor on the option and press the spacebar.
Choosing Options with Check Boxes
To choose one or more options in a list of check boxes, click on the check box next to each option you want.
The check boxes for the options you choose receive a check mark (x) in them. In the example above for check boxes, the check boxes for Toolbar, Function key bar, and Statusbar are selected.
To choose a check box with the keyboard, place the cursor on the option and press the spacebar.