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    We are doing an update with the client on a course. The subject matter expert has requested the exam questions with answers. This course is quite old and we no longer seem to have the original answer key. How can I export the exam questions with answers so the SME can review?

    Thanks!

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    I have a couple of questions….I know you said the course is old, but do you have any idea what version of Lectora it was created in? And do you have the original Lectora class file?

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    G’day jcsmith,

    Take a look at the following link, you need to select the .awt file:

    http://www.lectoradeveloper.com/share/qexport/

    The questions will display in very basic tables, let me know how it goes.

    Regards, Peter

    http://www.LectoraDeveloper.com

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    The original file was created in 2009. no idea what version was current at that time.

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    Thank you! That’s very helpful! 🙂

     

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