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Navigation

Links to further information and help

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Navigation

Navigation buttons



Please Do Not use the browser’s Back and Forward buttons to navigate through this form, use the Next and Previous buttons at the bottom of each page.

The Next button will take you forward to the next page.

Image of next button

The Previous button will take you back to the previous page.


Image of previous button

The Submit button will submit your survey to the ABS.

Image of submit button



Keyboard navigation

Press the Tab key to move forward through the page and Shift + Tab to move backwards.

Press either the Enter key or the Spacebar to activate highlighted links.

For questions requiring a radio button response ( Image of radio button), the Tab key will take you to the first option, then use the up and down arrow keys to move between each response option. Once the radio button is selected , press the Spacebar.

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Links to further information and help

Links are provided at the top and bottom of each page. The links navigate to information about the survey, how to complete the survey, other help, and contact details. In addition, in the top right corner of the survey page a 'Log Out' or 'Print, Save and exit' button will be available. This allows you to save your progress and resume the form at a later time.
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Check boxes

Check boxes are used when the answer to a question can have multiple responses. To amend a response, click on the check box again to deselect your response and select another option.

Example:

Image example of check box

Radio buttons

Radio buttons are used when the answer to a question can only have one response. To amend a response, click on another radio button option.

Example:

Image example of radio button

Text fields

Text fields are used when the answer to a question requires a text and/or numeric response.

Example:

Image example of text field
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