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What does 300 stand for?

300 stands for Multiple Choices (HTTP status code; indicates client computer may have options for a file)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Then between the braces type {AutoTextList "[Pick one]"} and with your cursor still within the braces, press F9; that will collapse (hide) the formula, leaving this: [Pick one] In your document, instruct readers to position their cursor over [Pick one] and right-click to bring up the multiple choices.