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On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 22:52:40 -0500, Susan Weiss <sweiss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
My students made 15 questions so I used excel and generated the list of
combinations. There is really 75 questions since there are 15 per grade for
K-5. I am just going to print out the three choices and make 15 stars to
select the question for each grade and each star goes to a different question.
Oh, there is a shuffling procedure here:
I adapted it to what I think are your needs.
the procedure "use.first.in.text2" takes the first line of text in the text
box text2 and runs it (supposing that that first line is the name of a
I think you can even hide those text boxes, or place them in a different page.
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