Users answer short-answer questions by providing a word, phrase, or complete sentence as an answer. You can also use this as an essay question and grade it or gather extended feedback as a survey question.

  1. In PowerPoint, open a presentation (PPT or PPTX file).
  2. Select the slide before the one where you want to insert a question. For example, if you want the new question slide to be slide 7 in the presentation, click slide 6.

    If you are inserting the question into an existing quiz, the question is appended to the quiz.

  3. Select Adobe Presenter > Quiz group > Manager, and click the quiz to which you want to add a question and click Add Question.

  4. In the Question Types dialog box, select Short answer and click one of the following options:

    Create Graded Question

    The question is graded.

    Create Survey Question

    The question is not graded.

    The New short answer question dialog box appears.

  5. On the Question tab, accept the default text for Name or type a new name directly into the text box. The name appears on the question slide in the presentation.

    Huomautus:

    If you are creating more than one question of the same type (for example, multiple-choice, short answer, and so on) in a single presentation, type a unique name for each so that you can distinguish between them.

  6. In the Question text box, type the short-answer question, exactly as you want it to appear on the slide. (The Question text box cannot be left blank.)
  7. In the Score text box, type (or use the up and down arrows to specify) the number of points allocated to this question. Assigning points signifies the relative importance of a question. Assigning different point values to different questions lets you, for example, give introductory questions a lower value and advanced questions a higher value. You can enter any whole number value. If all questions have the same value (for example, ten points), they are scored equally.

  8. In the Acceptable Answers area, click an empty row or click Add and enter words or phrases that are correct answers to the question. Click Add and Delete as necessary to write an appropriate list.
  9. (Optional) Select The Answer Is case-sensitive to require that users type the correct combination of lowercase and uppercase letters when providing a short answer. For example, if the answer to the question is “Windows” and you select the case-sensitive option, an answer of “windows” would be incorrect.

  10. Select the Options tab.
  11. (Optional) In Type, use the pop‑up menu to change the question type to Graded or Survey.
  12. To display a button on the question slide that users can click to clear their answers and start over, select the Show Clear Button 

  13. In the If Correct Answer area, set the following options:

    Action

    Select which action follows a correct response. You can advance to the next slide (Go To Next Slide, the default action), jump to another slide in the presentation (Go To Slide), or display a web page (Open URL). If you display a web page, type its address in the Open URL text box, and then specify where to display the web page (choose Current to have the web page replace the presentation or New to display the web page in another window).

    Go To Next Slide

    Depending on the option you selected for Action, this text box lets you specify an exact destination.

    Play Audio Clip

    To import an audio file or record a new audio file that plays when the question is answered correctly, select this option. Use the Record, Stop, Remove, and Import buttons as necessary. (If you have already recorded audio, a Play button replaces the Record button. To rerecord audio, you must first remove the audio, and then select Record.)

    Note: If a question has an audio clip and an action, the audio clip plays and then the specified action takes place.

    Show Correct Message

    To provide a text message to users when they provide a correct answer, select this option. If you don’t want to give any feedback for a correct answer, deselect this option .

  14. In the If Wrong Answer area, set the following options:

    Allow User [#] Attempts

    To specify how many guesses the user can make before another action takes place, use the arrows or type directly in the text box. An attempt is defined as any time a user opens and views the question slide. (Setting the number of attempts to 1 prevents the presentation from proceeding if the user exits and then attempts to enter the quiz again. Do not set attempts to 1 if you plan to use your presentation in a meeting or place in an archive.)

    Infinite Attempts

    To give users an unlimited number of attempts, select this option.

    Action

    Click the desired action or destination after the last attempt. You can advance to the next slide (Go To Next Slide, the default action), jump to another slide in the presentation (Go To Slide), or display a web page (Open URL). If you display a web page, type its address in the Open URL text box, and then specify where to display the web page (choose Current to have the web page replace the presentation or New to display the web page in another window).

    Go To Next Slide

    Depending on the option you selected for Action, this text box lets you specify an exact destination.

    Play Audio Clip

    To import an audio file or record an audio file that should play when the question is answered incorrectly, select this option. Use the Record, Stop, Remove, and Import buttons as necessary.

    Show Error Message

    To provide a text message to users when they provide an incorrect answer, select this option. If you don’t want to give any feedback for an incorrect answer deselect this option.

    Show Retry Message

    To provide a text message to users when they supply an incorrect answer but there are remaining attempts available (for example, ''Please try again''), select this option. 

    Show Incomplete Message

    To provide a text message to users who don’t provide an answer (for example, “Please select an answer before continuing”), select this option. 

    Note: You can edit the default text in the Correct, Error, Retry, and Incomplete messages in the Quiz Manager. Select Adobe Presenter > Quiz group > Manage, and click the Default Labels tab.

  15. Select the Reporting tab. You can accept the default settings or, if necessary, modify the following options:

    Report Answers

    Use this option to see answer information to Adobe Connect Server or a Learning Management System.

    Quiz

    Name of the quiz to which this question is assigned. You can select a different quiz from the pop‑up menu.

    Objective ID

    This is a number automatically created when you create a quiz. This number is used to report scores from Adobe Presenter presentations that gets tracked in Adobe Connect Server or a Learning Management System.

    Interaction ID

    Accept the default number or type a number directly in the text box. The maximum length of an interaction ID is 64 characters. If you want the Adobe Presenter presentation to send tracking information to Adobe Connect Server, you must use the Interaction ID specified by Adobe Connect Server.

    Note: If you create a question by copying and pasting an existing question slide, you must enter a unique Interaction ID so that each individual question is reported properly to Adobe Connect Server. Adobe does not recommend creating questions by copying and pasting; always create questions using the Quiz Manager.

  16. When you finish, click OK twice.

    The short-answer question slide appears in the designated location within the presentation. If you use the short-answer question as a graded essay question, you can grade each answer individually by using the Connect Pro Central override option. For more information, see the Connect Pro Central User Guide.

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