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    Hiya,

    I was wondering if anyone had any information on whether or not Lectora can handle multiple questions on one page? And with ‘handle’ I mean show me the correct feedback only if ALL of the questions were answered correctly.

    I tried adding 5 multiple choice questions on one page and using a SUBMIT button with a ‘Process all questions on page’-action, but alas. Right now, Lectora shows me both the right and the wrong feedback, because some questions were answered correctly, others weren’t.

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    Hi Indra,

    Question feedback will be shown when the question is processed.  If you want to make a composite decision you can turn off the per question feedback and use conditional actions after you process all the questions on the page.

    Actions can have conditions like if Question 1 isCorrect and Question 2 isCorrect … etc.   So you can do things like show an initially hidden text block with feedback if all the questions are answered correctly.  Then you could have an else case that might show a different text block when they are not all correctly answered.

    Does this sound like it would work for your scenario?

    – Joe

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    That’s exactly what I was looking for! I knew I had to be overlooking something obvious 😉

    Thanks very much Joe, appreciate the swift answer!

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