If you will be working with non-western languages in your quizzes, it is recommended that you use a unicode font, such as Arial Unicode MS, in order for your non-western text to appear correctly in your published quizzes.
You can create a reusable quiz template that works with non-western languages in Quizmaker '09. Here's how:
Change your theme fonts
- Launch Quizmaker '09, and create a new quiz.
- Add a question to your new quiz.
- With the new question open, click the Slide View button on the toolbar to switch to Slide View mode.
- Select the Design tab at the top of the window.
- Click the Fonts drop-down list, and select Create New Theme Fonts.
- Select a Heading font and a Body font. (A unicode font, such as Arial Unicode MS, is recommended for non-western languages. However, if you choose a different font, be sure to select a font that works properly with the language you wish to use in your quizzes.)
- Assign a Name to your new theme font.
- Click the Save button to save your changes and apply you new theme fonts to your quiz.
- Click the Save & Close button to close the question that is currently open.
Change your prompt (feedback) font
- Click the Quiz Properties button on the toolbar.
- Select the Question Defaults tab.
- Using the Prompt Font drop-down list, select a unicode font, such as Arial Unicode MS.
- Click the OK button.
Create a reusable quiz template
- Click the round Articulate button in the upper left corner of the application.
- Select Save As.
- Select the location where you wish to save your quiz template.
- Assign a File name to your quiz template.
- From the Save as type drop-down list, select Quizmaker Template (*.quiztemplate).
- Click the Save button.
Here is a video screencast of this process:
To learn more about creating quizzes from quiz templates, see General > Creating Quizzes from Design Templates.