This InfoPath 2013 tutorial explains, how to add more than two radio buttons into SharePoint customized list forms. If you are working in a SharePoint list form you will not see radio buttons in the toolbox in InfoPath.
To add multiple radio buttons in an InfoPath form follow below steps:
There is no direct way to add radio buttons in InfoPath 2013 list form. To add multiple radio buttons, first, add a drop-down list and then click on Enter choice manually and then add the options to the drop-down list.
Now right click on the drop-down list and change the control to Options button like below:
It will appear like below:
Now copy and paste the one option button as many times as required.
And then manually type the option values next to each button. Finally, it will appear like below:
Then select each option button in turn and set its Properties. In the field “Value when selected” enter the value that option represents.
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I hope this will be helpful to add more than two radio buttons in InfoPath form in the SharePoint 2013 list form.
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