Dropping text to fill in blanks within a paragraph
I am trying to make a quiz that is a kind of fill in the blank, but I want the users to be able to drag and drop text choices into blank spaces. I don't want users to type in any responses. The choices are on the slide, below the paragraph of text they need to fit into.
I set it up as a drag & drop freeform question, using target rectangles that cover up words in the main paragraph. This works fine except that you can guess which text choice should be dragged onto which target rectangle based on the width of the "missing" words.
Can anyone suggest a way to have all my target areas the same size within the paragraph so users can't guess the right answers based on the width of the text? Ideally when the choices are dropped on their targets, the underlying text block would dynamically rearrange itself to allow room for the answers.
Any hint about this or something similar would be appreciated.