Create a multiple-choice quiz with an office program for documents in the Open Document Format

You can use this form to create a multiple-choice quiz from a text edited with an office program on your computer. Start by clicking one of the links below displaying a schema which you copy to your computer as an ODF file (with extension .odt).

Now open the file on your computer with an office program or any other program for editing an ODF file. like LibreOffice (If there is no such program on the computer you can use the word processor Google Docs as desribed below or maybe some other word processor on the Internet. In LibreOffice, at least, it's easy to create mathematical formulas in the Web standard MathML).

The labels in the first column identify the txt you write in the neighbouring field in the same row. It is important that the structure and format of the schema remains unaltered.

When you have specified your questions and corresponding correct answers and whatever save the file and return to this form. Into the entry fields below insert the name of the quiz and the complete path to the ODF file on your computer (use the Browse... button) and press the ENTER key. Your quiz is displayed in a separate window.

If the quiz is for an open examination notice its location in the location field of the browser and announce this location to any person who is to have access to the quiz.

Example(s) below.

Schema in ODF
multiple-choice quiz containing up to ...
10 questions

Path to the schema (HTML file) on your computer specifying quiz:


Notice when using Google Docs:
1. after starting the editor copy the schema from either the computer or the internet using the button marked UPLOAD.
2. after editing create a presentation of the file in the HTML format. Then, with the browser copy this format to the computer.


Multiple-Choice quiz example(s)
Not answerable (submit will fail).

MC-quiz with basic options ODF-skema