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Tom_DeVries wrote:Hi, I teach for an online school and I am doing pretty much exactly what you are doing. Students use CDFPlayer to view the files I create.
I use the method given above. I tag all "answer" cells with the cell tag answer (seemed logical!).
I create a test by pulling questions in from various question banks, save the file with a name that has "q" in it, then use NotebookLocate to locate the answer cells, delete them, and resave with a name that has "a" in it. It works quickly and easily and at present, I think is the only way to be sure students can't get at the content.
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