The seven question types to use on a Google form
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This presentation shows the seven different types of questions that can be used on a Google form.

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The seven question types to use on a Google form Presentation Transcript

  • 1. http://tretcgoogleforms2010.wikispaces.com/What+Can+I+Do+With+Google+Forms%3F
  • 2. 7 kinds of text types on a Google form
  • 3. Text
  • 4. Paragraph text
  • 5. Checkboxes
  • 6. Multiple choice
  • 7. Choose from a list
  • 8. Scale
  • 9. Grid
  • 10. There are two other items you can add Section header Page break