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Adding a routing context
By default, each new interview script is created with a single routing context called Web, which is intended to be used for an Internet or intranet-based survey. If your interview will be used for more than one type of survey, you can create additional routing contexts by choosing Add Routing Context from the Tools menu. Make sure that you specify a name for your routing context in the Add Routing Context dialog, as routing contexts cannot be renamed.
For example, you might want your interview to also be used for a phone-based survey or a paper-based survey. If so, you should add routing contexts called CATI and Paper to your interview script.
If you do not want your script to include the Web routing context, delete that routing context before you add any code to its routing section and create a new routing context with the name that you want.
See also
Deleting a routing context
Amending the Paper routing context
Using UNICOM Intelligence Professional to develop interviews