1. What is CHOICES?
CHOICES is a program for authoring and presenting multiple-choice quizzes.
A teacher can author quizzes that students can then do on the computer.
Quizzes may include hints for the student in response to wrong answers.
The student may do a quiz with the hints enabled, or as a timed test.
A percentage score is provided at the end. CHOICES will run on Windows
3.1 or Windows 95.
CHOICES is distributed as freeware. You may install it on any machine and
use it at no charge.
Copyright laws apply to both commercial and freeware software, and the
copyright holder retains all rights. You may distribute CHOICES
to other users free of charge, PROVIDING THAT YOU PASS ON THE PROGRAM
IN ITS ORIGINAL ARCHIVE FORM, AND DO NOT ADD OR REMOVE ANY FILES FROM THE
There is no need to register CHOICES, but if you would like to let
author know that you are using the program and pass on any comments you
have, please send e-mail to Martin Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHOICES is distributed as a self-extracting zip file (choice11.exe).
Simply copy the file into an empty directory and run it. The program
files will be extracted. Then run "setup.exe" to install the program.
A program group will be added to Program Manager (in Windows 3.1);
if you are running Windows 95, an item will be added to the Start menu.
Installation will copy most of the files to the program's own directory,
but the following files will be copied to the Windows/ System
directory: vbrun300.dll, resize.vbx.
5. Getting Started
CHOICES comes with online instructions. Just start the program and press
the "Instructions" button on the main screen.
You are encouraged to pass a copy of the freeware version of CHOICES to
your friends or colleagues for, providing that you comply with the
conditions stated under FREEWARE DISTRIBUTION above.