How to change the Y position of a radio button without the text?

Mar 19, 2014

Hi there,

Quick question.

I have a question that requires 3 lines of text. The radio button stays in the centre of the textbox. 


      Question line 1

A   Question line 2

      Question line 3

How I want it:

A   Question line 1

      Question line 2

      Question line 3

Can someone help me with this?



10 Replies
Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Bram,

I took a look at the multiple choice and if there IS a way to reposition the button, I couldn't find it.

One workaround would be to use a Pick One question.

In the attached I inserted a radio button and then, separately, a text box with 3 lines. I adjusted the position of the radio button in the way you described above. I'm not sure if they A is supposed to stand for the radio button?

I grouped the radio button and the adjacent text box.

Repeated (actually copied/pasted that group) for a question with 3 lines.

Please shout out with any questions.

Bram D

Hi Rebecca,

I used multiple choice and I prefer this because I have many Modules and many questions in this setting.. I can't effort it to do it all over again in a pick one slide. I just made a design change and this problem pops up.

I have an example file attached.. You can choose out A, B or C.

The answer for B and C are that big, that they need several lines of text.. The looks of B are acceptable but the looks of C are just ugly..

I want a uniform design. So can you please tell me how to put the radio button on the top of the text box?

Thank you very much!

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Brian,

You're right, the Pick One isn't in the Graded quizzes section, it's in the Freeform section. But it IS, as you've seen if you've downloaded the one I posted on March 24th, a graded quiz with correct/incorrect layers and will be picked up by a Results Slide and the LMS. Hope that makes things a bit more clear.

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