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Do you have a question? Or maybe would you like to share your quizzes and tests? You can use the following forum to post your questions, requests and, why not, your tests and quizzes. If you have any doubts about using WebQuiz XP, you can check its on-line help as a reference.
On-Line Help

Even if it is very easy and straightforward to use, WebQuiz XP is also provided with an extensive help system. Here you can find the on-line version of the help: click here to view it. If you download the WebQuiz XP trial version, you can view the off-line help.
On-Line Forum

This forum is intended to provide general support information and exchange opinions among WebQuiz XP users. Messages are not immediately posted, but first approved by a moderator. You can post links to your web quizzes as well as links to your downloadable quiz files. You are invited to take part in discussions and join the community!
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Re: Writing to CDAndreaP (SmartLite)Jul 18 '03, 08:19
Dear Gayle,

You can make an HTML page to be used as a Contents page for your CD-ROM. This HTML page should contain the links to your quizzes included in the CD-ROM; you can easily do this with any HTMl editor (eg. Microsoft FrontPage, Macromedia Dreamweaver, etc.).

Then you should create a text file (named autorun.inf) to be placed in the main folder (root) of your CD-ROM. See here for more information about creating your autorun.inf: http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q172/0/78.asp

If your Contents page is named contents.htm, then your autorun.inf should contain the following lines:

[autorun]
OPEN=CONTENTS.HTM

Best regards,

AndreaP
SmartLite Support
Importing QuestionsStuart FellowsJul 15 '03, 00:14
I have ascertained from the help information that I can import questions
pre-created as .txt file. Having created my .txt file I cannot find a way
to import it in to my quiz.
Re: Importing QuestionsAndreaP (SmartLite)Jul 15 '03, 02:29
Dear Stuart,

Yes, you can import questions from .txt files.

If you have a .txt file in the required format (see the FAQ in the help for a description), then just open it in WebQuiz as you would do for any other .wbq quiz file. Instead of choosing a .wbq file (WebQuiz file), choose the .txt file and the program will import your questions.

Best regards,

AndreaP
SmartLite Support
Pre-configured site limitsTerryJul 13 '03, 03:03
I recently purchases a pre-configured web site on your server for my
quizzes. What are the limits for this site. How many students can assess
a test? How many test can I post? etc...

I love webquizXP
Re: Pre-configured site limitsAndreaP (SmartLite)Jul 13 '03, 04:24
Dear Terry,

Currenly we have no particular limits on these accounts, provided that they are used for quizzes and tests only. We check daily each account and remove inappropriate content.

Best regards,

AndreaP
SmartLite Support


InformationRichard S. SorbyJul 5 '03, 04:24
To Whom It May Concern:

I am very impressed with your product after using the trial version. I
believe it will suit my needs. Before I order, though, could you please
answer these questions:

1. Very Important: Does WebQuiz XP generate any kind of score report
for the teacher? I would like to have my students take the quizzes/tests
online, then have their name and score reported to me in some kind of
semi-secure way.

2. Is there any kind of security for the students so that they know that
no one is compromising their identity/score on the quiz (passwords, etc.)?

Thank you for your answers to these questions. I appreciate your help and
your product very much.

Richard S. Sorby
Re: InformationAndreaP (SmartLite)Jul 5 '03, 11:25
Dear Richard,

1. Yes, WebQuiz XP allows you to store results into a database and/or send them by e-mail.

2. Yes, you can password-protect a test file with a single password, or define a list of valid usernames/passwords allowed to access the test file. Each username/password can be matched to a single student, so that you can be sure about test taker's identity.

Best regards,

AndreaP
SmartLite Support

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