Printing the whole questionnaire

Hi,
I do not manage to print the whole questionnaire created with the online version. The preview shows only the main questions (but not those that have a skip logic). How could I have a printout of the integral questionnaire?
Thanks for your advice,
Dominique

Hi Dominique,

The best way to print your questionnaire is to first deploy it as a new survey project. Then click on the Enter data in browser link and on the Print button. In the Print view all questions are displayed, even if they have skip logic applied to them.

Best,

Tino

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Hi,
I do not manage to print the whole questionnaire created with the online version. The preview shows only the main questions (but not those that have a skip logic). How could I have a printout of the integral questionnaire?
Thanks for your advice,
Dominique

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Thanks Tino,

I hope all is well and send you my very best regards,

Dominique

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Hi Dominique,

The best way to print your questionnaire is to first deploy it as a new survey project. Then click on the Enter data in browser link and on the Print button. In the Print view all questions are displayed, even if they have skip logic applied to them.

Best,

Tino

On Thu, Mar 10, 2016 at 3:11 AM, dominique wisler wis...@coginta.com wrote:

Hi,
I do not manage to print the whole questionnaire created with the online version. The preview shows only the main questions (but not those that have a skip logic). How could I have a printout of the integral questionnaire?
Thanks for your advice,
Dominique


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Dear Dominique, dear Tino,
I think it’s even not necessary to first deploy; you can also print (to pdf) from Preview mode. @Tino: Do you see any difference?

There are some limits for this print-out:

  • If a choice-filter is used, any(!) choices will only be shown if the choice-value is activated and also only part of all choice will be printed. See example attached.
  • The skipping/navigation and dynamic choices are not specified in the print-out.
  • Skipped parts come with very light gray.
  • Also other things like constraints, defaults, required, calculation formulas etc. do not appear in the print.

So, the print option is useful, but cannot really be used as a paper-version (e.g. back-up) of the questionnaire.

Except the (technical) XLSForm, I didn’t find any option for complete documentation.
From Edit mode, a (web) print is possible, but either shows only one of the “Settings” (Question options, or Skip Logic or Validation Criteria) OR only the choices, but not all together. @Tino: Maybe you know more?
Kind regards
Wolfgang

Quest_Print_02.xlsx (15.7 KB)

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