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New in this major version release is high resolution display, multi-part questions,
expanded references, an enhanced print manager, grouping, a solution view,
right-to-left layout, and a whole lot more.
Thinking about getting a 4K monitor? Or maybe a high resolution laptop? Schoolhouse Test 5 has you covered.
It now scales correctly up to 400%. No more jagged, blurry text, lines, and images. The higher the resolution
the better it looks.
The new multi-part question steps in when a single overall question or topic with multiple parts is the best fit
for your test requirements. Marks can even be assigned for each individual part.
Schoolhouse Test 5 now has eight reference fields plus the status selector and the notes text box all on a convenient sliding panel.
And each reference field has a reference editor that provides easy editing and organization of all your references.
The new Print Manager provides easy, all-in-one-place, printing. Now you can set up all parts of your print job,
test document and key, answer sheet and key, and solution from one place and then send it to the printer with
a single click. You can even randomize elements of your test between print jobs.
A handy text editor is now provided for enhanced text editing for every text-based question element.
The text editor is particularly useful when you need to add a large amount of text.
Rather than scrolling up and down to work with your text, simply pop
open the text editor, edit your text, and close it.
New open file functionality provides a detailed view of your recent test documents as well as all your test
documents in a specific folder. View creation and modified times, file size, and document information. Document
information is a new feature in Design View that gives you the option to add some custom information about your saved test.
The fill-in-the-blanks question sees some major enhancements in version 5. You have always been able
to simply double-click a word to remove it and add a blank space with a line in its place. Now
you can simply hold down the control key and double-click a blank line to return the word. Or use the undo/redo buttons
to easily undo or redo your last changes.
Also added is a word bank providing an optional randomized list of words that have been removed.
And in the document options for fill-in-blanks are new settings for numbering size
and numbering decoration including parentheses and hyphens.
The new grouping capability allows for easy organization and management of your test document. Simply
add a Begin Group element before a set of questions and other elements that you want to control
as a cohesive group and add an End Group at the end of that grouping.
Now you can select the level of randomization that will be applied to that group
from no randomization to randomization of only the question elements in each question.
Solution View is an enhanced test answer key that was developed for instructors who would like to include
hidden text and notes as follow-up reference information either for themselves or for their students.
Without hidden text or notes the Solution View is exactly the same as the document answer key.
Now it's a whole lot easier and faster to add hidden text to your questions. Simply
right-click to open the context menu and select Add Hidden Text or use the key combination
Ctrl+H. The hidden text editor adds the required curly braces and you can just enter
your text and click OK.
Hidden text is now only shown in the new Solution View.
The table question in Schoolhouse Test 5 has received some major enhancements.
Answer cells no longer have to be assigned just to whole rows or columns. You
can now click the answer icon on any table cell to make that cell an answer regardless
of where it is in the table.
Another significant advance for the table is the addition of mouse enabled resizing.
Just click and drag any row or column with your mouse to make adjustments to its size and position.
Multiple choice questions now include the option to set the number of choice columns for
each question on an individual basis.
Schoolhouse Test 5 now comes with report capability. Report provides a way for you to select
the question data you want to preserve (question number, question text, references, and notes) and then
export it to Excel, HTML, CSV, and text as well as save it to file. The best option for printing your
report is to export to HTML and print from your favorite web browser.