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It is possible to have more than one poll question in a poll file. Click in the poll space and click New to create a new question. Fill in your question and your possible answers and then save the file again. Remember to revert back to the original filename to be sure that you have the correct name associated with these questions. So I am going to fill in my question here, Which formula did you use in cell F3? In this case, I prefer the participants fill in their answer rather than select an answer from the list, so I can change my Type to Short answer.
Click on Short answer and click on Change Type. Then, when it comes time to pose that question to the participants, they'll need to type their answer in that field. I'll save the file, revert back to the original file name, and then click Save. When it asks if I want to replace the file, I'll say Yes. Now I have a poll file with two questions in it. For this example, there are two possible correct answers.
I'd like for my participants to notice that those two questions are both correct. So down at the bottom, I'll choose from the Type drop-down list, instead of the Single Answer, Multiple Answers. Again, it's important that I choose Change Type. I also would like to indicate which are the correct answers so that when I show the results to the participants after the poll, they can see that their answers were correct or incorrect. So I'll select D, which is one of the correct answers and I'll click the button called Mark as Correct. E is also correct.
I'll click the button here. Then I'll save the file and revert back to the original File name. There are additional options available in polls. I'll click on the Options button, and noticed the default Display Time is 5 minutes. 5 minutes is a long time for a poll question, especially when there's only one. So I am going to change that Display Time to 1 minute and click OK. I'd also like to be sure to record individual responses so that I can evaluate my students after the training and see who answered the questions correctly and who didn't.
Again, I'll save the file with this name to update the file. So there are some subtle differences that you can make to poll files. Just always be sure to update the file when you're finished.
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