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I have to develop a page with forms that are exclusive each other.

What is the best way or best practice to display mutually exclusive forms?

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I'm guessing you mean 'different from each other' and not 'exclusive'. Other than that, we need a little more context. What forms are these and in what way are they different/exclusive? –  Paul Jan 13 at 8:40
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we're going to need a lot more details here. What are your forms for? what have you tried? Who are the target users? –  JonW Jan 13 at 9:32
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I'd use tabs (or radiobuttons styled as tabs in a web form) to toggle the two (or more) exclusive forms.

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