Byron Small

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    Byron Small commented  · 

    Why can't I use <strong> or <i> and other similar html tags in Forms anymore? What went wrong? It was the ability to use these tags that caused me to move over to Forms in the first place, although I seriously would like REGEX capabilities in my question options as in the Pro version.

    I don't know what the problem was or is but can someone please let me know why these features were removed? Thank you much.

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    Byron Small commented  · 

    "Number should between x ~ y", where x and y are your restrictions. The word "be" is missing and the message should read "Number should be between x ~ y".

    I totally agree that this looks quite unprofessional and sadly, even today this is still an issue in Microsoft Forms. Is there a way for this to be corrected by the designer of the Form?

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