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Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank you.

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    • Sure can. Check out my sample CBT at:

      http://www.pttinc.com/cbt_development.html

      --

      Bill Foley, Microsoft MVP (PowerPoint)

      Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor

      www.pttinc.com

      Check out PPT FAQs at: http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/

      "Success, something you measure when you are through succeeding."

      "Fay Yocum" <fyocum.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.REMOVEix.netcom.com> wrote in message

      news:u7awts3dEHA.3132.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...

      > Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank you.

      > Fay

      >

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:46:00 GMT
    • Fay,

      Take a look at the following page: http://www.mvps.org/skp/ppt00031.htm

      --

      Regards

      Shyam Pillai

      "Fay Yocum" <fyocum.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.REMOVEix.netcom.com> wrote in message

      news:u7awts3dEHA.3132.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...

      > Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank you.

      > Fay

      >

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:47:00 GMT
    • Fay,

      From the book...

      Powerful PowerPoint for Educators: Using Visual Basic for Application to Make PowerPoint Interactive by David M.

      Marcovitz

      Simple multiple-choice quiz that keeps score, forces the user to try again until the answer is correct, and only counts

      the first try in the score, from page 95-96

      http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/Chapter7Examples.html

      Cheers

      TAJ Simmons

      microsoft powerpoint mvp

      awesome - powerpoint backgrounds,

      free powerpoint templates, tutorials, hints and tips etc

      http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com

      "Fay Yocum" <fyocum.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.REMOVEix.netcom.com> wrote in message news:u7awts3dEHA.3132.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...

      > Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank you.

      > Fay

      >

      #3; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:48:00 GMT
    • Note that all the examples on my Web site that TAJ mentioned

      (http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/) are free, but the

      book (which explains all the examples and more) costs money.

      --David

      --

      David M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.

      Director of Graduate Programs in Educational Technology

      Loyola College in Maryland

      Author of _Powerful PowerPoint for Educators_

      http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/

      "TAJ Simmons" <awesome.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.NOMORESPAMpowerpointbackgrounds.com> wrote in

      news:udz2w09dEHA.3792.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl:

      > Fay,

      > From the book...

      > Powerful PowerPoint for Educators: Using Visual Basic for Application

      > to Make PowerPoint Interactive by David M. Marcovitz

      > Simple multiple-choice quiz that keeps score, forces the user to try

      > again until the answer is correct, and only counts the first try in

      > the score, from page 95-96

      > http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/Chapter7Examples.htm

      > l

      >

      > Cheers

      > TAJ Simmons

      > microsoft powerpoint mvp

      > awesome - powerpoint backgrounds,

      > free powerpoint templates, tutorials, hints and tips etc

      > http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com

      > "Fay Yocum" <fyocum.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.REMOVEix.netcom.com> wrote in message

      > news:u7awts3dEHA.3132.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...

      >> Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank

      >> you. Fay

      >>

      >

      >

      #4; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:50:00 GMT
    • Note that all the examples on my Web site that TAJ mentioned

      (http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/) are free, but the

      book (which explains all the examples and more) costs money.

      --David

      --

      David M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.

      Director of Graduate Programs in Educational Technology

      Loyola College in Maryland

      Author of _Powerful PowerPoint for Educators_

      http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/

      "TAJ Simmons" <awesome.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.NOMORESPAMpowerpointbackgrounds.com> wrote in

      news:udz2w09dEHA.3792.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl:

      > Fay,

      > From the book...

      > Powerful PowerPoint for Educators: Using Visual Basic for Application

      > to Make PowerPoint Interactive by David M. Marcovitz

      > Simple multiple-choice quiz that keeps score, forces the user to try

      > again until the answer is correct, and only counts the first try in

      > the score, from page 95-96

      > http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/Chapter7Examples.htm

      > l

      >

      > Cheers

      > TAJ Simmons

      > microsoft powerpoint mvp

      > awesome - powerpoint backgrounds,

      > free powerpoint templates, tutorials, hints and tips etc

      > http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com

      > "Fay Yocum" <fyocum.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.REMOVEix.netcom.com> wrote in message

      > news:u7awts3dEHA.3132.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...

      >> Is there a way to create self-grading quizzes with PowerPoint? Thank

      >> you. Fay

      >>

      >

      >

      #5; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:51:00 GMT
    • In article <Xns95397269FA38AmarcoNOSPAMloyolaedu.powerpoint.todaysummary.com.207.46.248.16>, David M.

      Marcovitz wrote:

      > Note that all the examples on my Web site that TAJ mentioned

      > (http://www.loyola.edu/education/PowerfulPowerPoint/) are free, but the

      > book (which explains all the examples and more) costs money.

      > --David

      FREE'

      Er. No. Let's not start that again. <g>

      --

      Steve Rindsberg, PPT MVP

      PPT FAQ: www.pptfaq.com

      PPTools: www.pptools.com

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      #6; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:51:00 GMT