After you have created question slides in a presentation, you can edit them as required.
After you have created question slides in a presentation, you can change their order.
You can delete a question slide at any time.
Because quizzes are interactive, it’s important to guide users through any question slides you place in projects. An easy way to communicate with users is through feedback messages. A feedback message can appear, for example, when a user selects a correct answer or incorrect answer. Feedback messages are set for individual questions, so you can choose to include messages in some questions or all questions within a quiz.
Adobe Presenter provides default text for feedback messages that are displayed to users, but you can edit the text at any time. The text is set at the quiz level so that all questions within a quiz display the same feedback messages.
If you change the default labels, the question feedback messages also change for questions that have already been created.
You can change the default labels on question buttons and question feedback messages. Default labels are an easy way to customize communications with users taking quizzes.
Submit Button Text
Enter the text for the question Submit button. (For example, you could change the text to OK or Enter.)
Clear Button Text
Enter the text for the question Clear button. (For example, you could change the text to Start Over or Restart.)
Enter the text message for a correct answer.
Enter the text message for an incorrect answer.
Enter the text message for an incorrect answer when there are more question attempts available.
Enter the text message for users failing to answer a required question.
This feature enables you to change the fonts and button placement in all quizzes in one step.