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1. Adding your New DocumentYou can Create, Store, and Print worksheets, studysheets, exams, and quizzes in the form of Documents. Documents can be downloaded as pdf files, and for some plans as word documents.
2. The Document's Home Page Every document you create has a home page. A home page gives you a summary of your document. Use the document's menu to add content, header, footer, and change the document’s settings. Click the Preview link to produce a pdf file copy of your document, so you can monitor the progress of your document.
3. Add and Format the Content in your Document Documents are divided into Sections. Each section can have as many content items as you would like to add. Use your toolbar to view, resort, delete or load your document sections.
4. Add Content to your Document Select the questions or content items you would like to add to your document, and click the "Add Content" button.
Enter a score that will be applied to each question in your selection. You can change the value individually in the "Edit Content" page if you like. Scores can be displayed in percentage(%) or points(pts). You can change the units later in the "Settings" page. Scores are automatically assigned only to questions with expected answers. Content without answers, such as Text blocks, images or video contents do not have grades.
5. Adjust the Content in the Document's SectionYou can resort, delete content, and add or change the question value in each section. To sort the content, click on the "Drag" link and holding the mouse button down on the link drag the content to the desired position in the section. You can add an optional Title and Description to the section.
6. Change the Section Settings Click on the "change settings" link to change the column layout of the section and to insert page breaks before or after the section.
7. Use the Section Toolbar to Format your Document You can use your toolbar to view, resort, delete or load your document sections. You can rearrange the order of the sections in your document by dragging and dropping each section into the desired position. Click on box or the top left icon to load the section into the main interface. Click on the "x" icon on the right of the box to delete the section. Use the toolbar shortcut links to quickly delete ALL sections (x), add new section (+), expand the toolbar screen, minimize and hide the toolbar.
8. Use the Section Toolbar to Format your Document. The section toolbar can be expanded to fill the main screen in an overlay. This feature is particularly useful when there are many sections in your document.
9. Create Header and Footers for your Document You can add a header and a footer to your .pdf document. You can add custom fields, text block and image content items. The header and footer of a document can be aligned into 1 or 2 columns by 1 or 2 rows. Use the radio buttons to select the box you are working on.
10. Use Custom Fields for the Header and Footer of your Document Custom Fields are items that you can add to the header and footer of your documents, such as spaces for your students to write their personal information. You can create up to 25 Custom Fields and modify the length of the line that is used within the field. A list of the custom fields will appear in the document header and footer pages.
11. You can add, sort, edit, and delete your existing Custom fields at any moment.
12. Add Notes about your Document Creating notes is a convenient way to record your ideas, problems or anything at all regarding the document. Notes are optional and do not appear on the document, they are reminders to yourself.
13. Modify the Settings of your Document You can customize your document to look just right. You can modify the title, description, and the tags to classify your document. Click on the Randomize checkbox, to show questions at random in each section. Click on the "Edit" link to the right of each setting block to display a dialog where you can change each setting.
14. Set the Public and Active States of your Document You can set your document to Public and Active in this page to automatically generate a Public Link in the document's home page.
15. Modify the Print, Display and Scoring Settings of your Document You can set the print settings, including margins and page size for the resulting pdf file. Click on the Edit links to set each section. You can set the passing grade of a document for reference. This value will be displayed in the download page of public documents. You can also position the question values to the left or right of the question, and label the answers in either number or letters.
Your Document List When you are done creating and modifying your document, you can access it in the Document List. The Document List allows you to print your document as a pdf, or as doc/docx files for premium plans. You can also download the answer key generated for your document.
16. Print your Document Click on the "Preview" link on the document's menu or go to the document list view to print your final document as a pdf file.
A document using a text block and a short answer question. Add lines to the short answer in the content's print options.
Brand your documents with your institution’s logo.
17. Print your Document's Answer Key Click on the "answer key" link on the document list view to print an answer key as a pdf file.
18. Download your Document to a Word File If you have a "mini" plan or better you can download your document into Microsoft Word. Click on the "doc" or "docx" links on the document list view to download the word file.