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You can select Ron, and then go up to Move Question, and then select the up arrow. It often happens that you need to import Or, the easier way, is to just select the question you questions from a previous quiz into your current quiz.
want to move and then drag it to where you want it. Here I am in question view of my new hire quiz, which I'm building. So, I want it in this third position. And I want to grab a question from a products quiz I created some time back. To import questions into your quiz, from question view, select Import Questions. I'll let go and there it is. Then you're asked to browse for it. If you want to edit or just take a look I'll select, here's that old products quiz I want to grab a question from. Select it. Select Open, at the question, and it has been a while since and you'll see, I can see all of the questions from that earlier quiz. I've looked at this one, you can select it and Couple of options I want to point out. You have an option to include all the questions if you want to, and you can also import and replace the result slide. We'll be talking about the result slide in a future movie. For now, here's the question. It has to do with Ron, an avocado farmer. I will select it. It's the only question I want from this quiz. then go up to Edit Question, or you can just double-click. Select OK, and it has been imported right there. In this instance, it just takes me to slide view and then When you import questions, you may want to change the order in which the questions appear in the quiz. For instance, I want the Ron question to be third here. I can read it, check it out, get more familiar with it. So, there are two ways you can make that happen. And that is how you import an existing question into your quiz, with You can select Ron, and then go up to Move Question, and then select the up arrow. a little bit of information on managing the question once it has been imported. Or, the easier way, is to just select the question you
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