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Have 2 yes/no questions on fillable form ... cannot fill 2 "no" buttons or the 2 "yes" buttons at same time, one will always go off. What to do?

Created a fillable form. There are two consecutive questions, both of which require yes or no answers and I set them up with buttons. But, when you go in to answer these two questions, both yes or both no, the yes or no button that was filled for the first question will clear when you fill the same answer for the second question. All other buttons work correctly on the form. I tried to set that one line up as 2 columns; I also put the second question on its own line with a hard return after the first question. Neither "fix" worked ... if I try to fill the form with two consecutive answers that are the same, the first answer will clear itself. What else can I try or what did I do wrong in the set-up?

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