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Tom Kuhlmann

Really not sure what you're looking at specifically, However, to edit the question slides you obviously can edit what you see at the slide level. To edit the layers, go into the layer itself or the master for that layer which you can find in View>Feedback Master.

If that doesn't help, let us know and share a screen grab or something so we can see what you're referencing. 

Rob Tao

Hi Tom,

I screen shot what I mean, the square shape distractor. I can't just easily go into the States to change it to the circular shapes used in the Pick One excercises, which the client would prefer.

I'm not sure where else I might be able to change the shape of the check off selection.


Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Rob.

Thank you for sharing the screenshot!

Do you mean the checkboxes?

In Instructional Design, by convention, when it comes to User Interface, your learners will expect that radio button choices are mutually exclusive (one or the other), while checkboxes allow them to select more than one option from a list of choices.

However, if you want radio buttons instead of checkboxes, you can create a freeform Pick Many slide:

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Screen Recording 2022-02-11 at 04.56.45 PM

I hope this helps!