The previous examples illustrated how to create an IF this, then that, OR that. (Two paths,depending upon a choice.

You can tell Pathagoras effect multiple True actions or multiple false actions. Just separate the actions by a pipe symbol or place them on separate lines. Examples

Single Line (the first line below asks the initial question which triggers the multi-action If statement):

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<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Type of Trust!Single Person Trust/Family Trust*>>

<<*If*!Type of Trust! = “1”, <<*AskOptions(radio)*!SP Trust Type!AB Trust/Single Person Trust*>>|<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Client or Spouse!This Trust for Client/This Trust for Spouse*>>, <<*AskOptions(radio)*!Spouse!Both Settlors Are Alive/One Settlor Is Deceased*>>>>

 

 

OR you can stack the results, with each result on a separate line. Note: No pipe is required. The 'OR' comma still is. It resides before the last line.

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Type of Trust!Single Person or AB/Family Trust*>>

<<*If*!Type of Trust! = “1”,

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!SP Trust Type!AB Trust/Single Person Trust*>>|<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Client or Spouse!This Is for the Client/This Is for the Spouse*>>,

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Spouse!Both Settlors Are Alive/One Settlor Is Deceased*>>

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The above example contains a single 'OR' result, but just like with the IF TRUE section, you can have multiple (unlimited) 'IF FALSE' actions, including a nested '<<*If* statement:

 

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Type of Trust!Single Person or AB/Family Trust*>>

<<*If*!Type of Trust! = “1”,

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!SP Trust Type!AB Trust/Single Person Trust*>>|<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Client or Spouse!This Is for the Client/This Is for the Spouse*>>,

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!SpouseAlive!Both Settlors Are Alive/One Settlor Is Deceased*>>

<<*If*!SpouseAlive!=”1”,

<<*AskOptions(radio)*!Client or Spouse!This Is for the Client/This Is for the Spouse*>>,>>

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