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Chapter 7. Adding Interactivity > Adding and Using Text Entry Boxes

Adding and Using Text Entry Boxes

Another key interactivity feature is to give the user the opportunity to respond, in writing, to questions. This is the purpose of a text entry box. You can use text entry boxes to ask simple questions or to password-protect a presentation.

For example, you may have the image of an application's toolbar with the Text tool circled visible on the screen. On the screen is a question: “Enter the name of the circled tool.” Beside the question is a blank text entry box. The user enters the words “Text tool” and presses the Enter key. A dialog box with the words “That is correct.” appears, and the next question appears. If the student enters a wrong answer, such as “Grabber hand,” a failure message appears, and the user is prompted to try again.


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