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Making an Interactive Test in Word Open Word and select a blank document . Click View in the menu bar and drag down to Toolbars . Slide over and down to Forms . You should now see the Forms toolbar on your screen. Drag it to a convenient location on your screen. We will be making a three question test that will show three different formats: fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, and drop-down menu. Type the following text: 1. is the capital of Florida. Place the cursor before the word “ is ” and click. Click the button [the Text Form Field] on the Forms toolbar. A gray rectangle will appear. 1. is the capital of Florida.
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Double click the gray rectangle to open the Text Form Field Options window. In the Text Form Field Options window, make sure it says Regular Text under Type . Beneath Default text , you can type a prompt for your students. For example, Type your answer in the gray box. Click on OK . Place the cursor before the word “ is ” and click. Now you can press the
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