Problem-Attic offers a variety of formatting and layout options for your documents.
With your document open for editing, click the "Format" tab on the left side of the page. Click the "+" or "-" on each formatting topic to expand or collapse each section.
The Template option lets you choose the overall layout of your document.
Use the left and right arrows to select the desired template, then use the checkboxes to control whether or not to:
Customize your document’s page headers.
Note: Headers are only available for documents using a Test/Worksheet template.
Customize your document’s fonts.
The Multiple Choice tab lets you change the way multiple choice options are presented in your document. You can specify the response labels, choose the layout, change the number of responses, and convert multiple-choice to free-response for the whole document.
The Max Choices option sets a maximum for the number of choices that appear on a document. The default number of choices is set at 4.
Note: Raising the maximum number of choices will not increase the number of choices shown if they’re not already written into a problem. Additionally, choices are not ranked, so the hiding of choices is done in a pseudo-random fashion. The correct choice is never hidden. Lastly, some questions don’t make sense with their choices hidden. We’ve done our best to flag those questions to prevent them from being displayed as free-response. Please let us know if we have missed any.
The Page Setup tab allows you to choose the paper size and margins for your document. The “Restore Defaults&rdqou; link sets the paper size back to Letter (8.5" x 11") and the margins back to 0.5" on the top, 0.35" on the bottom, and 0.75" on both the right and left.