In Quizmaker ‘09, it’s easy to add visual cues to help reinforce learning or provide learners with important information.

You can enhance your quiz with photos or clip art via either of Quizmaker's two question-editing interfaces: Form View or Slide View. You can also draw your own shapes by using the Shapes menu available in Slide View. Let’s walk through how to do all three of these things.

Adding an Image via Form View

  1. Open your quiz or survey in Quizmaker.
  2. Open a question by double-clicking on it.
  3. Choose the Media button, and then select Picture.
  4. Navigate to the image you want to include, select it, and click Open. Quizmaker will add a thumbnail of the image to the question editor. It appears to the right of your question text.

That's it! Click the Preview button to see how the image will look when users view your quiz slide. If you want more control over the image and its formatting, or if you'd like to insert multiple images on your slide, you can do that by clicking Slide View and making adjustments there.

Adding an Image via Slide View

  1. In Quizmaker, open a question by double-clicking on it.
  2. Click Slide View.
  3. Click the Insert tab, and choose Picture.
  4. Navigate to the image or clip art that you want to insert, select it, and choose Open.
  5. With the image selected, click the Format tab on the toolbar and apply any formatting effects that you like. The tools available behave very much like the tools you’re familiar with from PowerPoint.

Drawing Objects onto a Quiz Slide

Another way to enhance the look of your quiz slides is to add drawn shapes. Here's how to do it:

  1. While in Slide View, click the Insert tab.
  2. From the Shapes menu, select the shape you'd like to add.
  3. Click and drag on your slide canvas to add the shape to your slide.
  4. With your drawn object selected, click the Format tab on the toolbar and apply any formatting effects that you like. These tools are a lot like the ones you’re accustomed to using in PowerPoint.

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