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Vettage  (Level: 41.0 - Posts: 241)
Thu, 4th May '06 5:08 PM


I've yet to write a quiz, and actually have a subject that hasn't been done. But, before I start,...if I dont finish the whole thing can I save my progress?

I'm a very slow typist and have my hands full taking care of two kids. I don't want to walk away and be disconnected or anything like that.

Just wondering, thanks for any input.


Valedc4  (Level: 62.0 - Posts: 171)
Thu, 4th May '06 5:20 PM

Yes, you can stop and come back to it. I do that all the time. Just make sure you've finished with a question, and aren't in the middle of one, and you'll be fine.

Vettage  (Level: 41.0 - Posts: 241)
Thu, 4th May '06 5:36 PM

Ok, great!! Thanks.

Aimee12  (Level: 58.6 - Posts: 96)
Thu, 4th May '06 10:56 PM

i didn't know that either...thanks val

Valedc4  (Level: 62.0 - Posts: 171)
Thu, 4th May '06 10:58 PM

You are both welcome

Linda  (Level: 26.6 - Posts: 95)
Fri, 12th May '06 4:56 PM

I hear you, Vettage. I am not a busy person-retireed but am a one finger typist. At times it takes me hours to create a single quiz. like Valerie said, just don't quit in the middle of a question or possible answers or it will disappear. Sometimes I have difficulty creating incorrect answers so I type anything in there and hit "add the question". I can then come back to it and edit when I am rested or think of something. Also do not try to use Google search in the middle of writing a question or possible answers unless you have put something in there and added the question or you will lose it-found that out the hard way. linda

Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Fri, 12th May '06 5:43 PM

I find that doing the first draft on a Word Document page, or a mail page works for time-outs, plus I have a record of the original.
When I have it all working just nicely, all I have to do is copy'n'paste the questions and answers across to the "Create A Quiz".


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