This is Crystal and we are creating surveys in Microsoft Word. Yes, you can have the same surveys that you have online with checkmarks or radio buttons within a Word document. However, you need to add a new tab in Microsoft Word to have these buttons available. Here is a very important food survey and I want a similar little check next to these other options. I want it to be in the "all-of-the-above" location. The options for the little checks are available in the developer tab. To get the Developer tab to appear by default in your quick access toolbar, there is a little drop-down arrow where you can customize it. Once you click on it, you get two more commands. Then, go to the word options and customize the ribbon. If you look at the items in the ribbon that are checked in the main tabs, your Developer tab will not be checked. Simply check it off and click OK. It will be added as the last tab in Microsoft Word. You don't need to close Word, it will appear automatically. In the controls group, you can find the little check that I want. When you click on it, it gives you that little check. However, I want certain options available within that check. So, with the cursor right there in the same controls group, click on properties. You can give it a title and a tag. The important thing here is that I want the content control not to be able to be deleted by someone taking the survey. I also want to check what the symbol is for a "yes". Once you click OK, there's your food survey. So there you have it, creating surveys in Microsoft Word. This is Crystal and we'll see you soon.