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I have a form with a drop down box. Inside the box I have 3 options (yes,
no, n/a). Before anyone choses an option, the first option (yes) is the one
that shows. How can I make it so that the cell is blank with just an arrow
beside it before someone choses one of the 3 options.

I hope I asked this clearly enough.

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Add a fourth item at the top that's blank (a single space will do, I think).

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I have a form with a drop down box. Inside the box I have 3 options (yes,
no, n/a). Before anyone choses an option, the first option (yes) is the

one
that shows. How can I make it so that the cell is blank with just an arrow
beside it before someone choses one of the 3 options.

I hope I asked this clearly enough.

Thank you


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