If you're using an If...Else logical step through the UI, then you can only attach one verification to it. If you need to based your IF statement on two or more conditions, you must do it in a Coded Step.
Here is an example against this Telerik demo site. After navigating there, I clicked the "CheckBoxes" sub-heading and then clicked the "CheckBoxes" box. This enables more than one selection to be made in the top ComboBox. I then opened it and checked the first and second boxes, and used the following code:
one = Pages.ASPNETComboBoxDemo.CheckBox.Checked;
two = Pages.ASPNETComboBoxDemo.CheckBox0.Checked;
"Checkbox 1 is checked: "
"Checkbox 2 is checked: "
(one && two ==
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