Publish to Word

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If you’re collaborating with others to create your quiz and want to collect input while your quiz is still in development, or if you want to generate a question-only version of your quiz to provide to your users, use the Publish for Word option.

To Publish for Word:

  1. Click the Publish button on the toolbar (or from the Articulate menu).
  2. Select the Word publish tab.
  3. Specify a Publish location for your quiz. The default location is in this directory: My Documents\My Articulate Projects. Click the ellipsis button (...) or type a directory path if you want to pick a different location on your computer.
  4. Select from the drop-down list what Output type you would like:
    • Full quiz details (default): Creates a Word document with all quiz details.
    • Questions only: Creates a Word document with questions only (ideal if you want to create a printable version of your quiz to distribute to quiz takers as a paper-based quiz).
  5. Click Publish.
  6. When the Publish process is complete, you will receive the following Publish Success dialog box to choose the next step:
    • View Document: Allows you to see the published output in Word.
    • Email: Automatically generates a message with the zipped output attached to send content via e-mail.
    • FTP: To publish directly to your server via FTP.
      • Provide the following information for FTP Upload (example credentials shown in italics):
        • Server: yourserver.com
        • Port: default is 21
        • Username: your login
        • Password: secure password
        • Directory: /users/jsmith/public_html/quizzes/newhire***
        • ***Path is relative to starting point when logging in via FTP

        • Click Test Connection to confirm FTP access.
        • Select Save username and password as necessary.
    • Zip: To create and save a zipped version of the output.
    • Open Folder: Opens the published output folder.
    • Choose Close when you are done or to exit without selecting one of the above options.