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Chapter 28. BUSINESS APPLICATIONS > CREATING QUESTIONNAIRES

CREATING QUESTIONNAIRES

Surveys are rarely taken on paper anymore. Probably the most common way to take a survey is over the phone. Of course, on the other end of the phone is a person with a computer, entering the answers as you give them. Surveys are also taken on the Web and in standalone computer kiosks.

Creating a survey in Director is similar to creating the standardized test example shown in Chapter 27, “Educational Applications.” The only real difference is that a survey might use more than just radio buttons to enable the respondent to provide answers. Check boxes and pop-up menus are also good options, as well as blank text fields in which users can type whatever they want. Another difference between a test and a survey is that a survey does not require any answer-checking because there are no “wrong”answers.


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