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Creating a new routing
All the questions added so far have been placed in a default routing, which is called NewRouting. The routing contains not just the questions that you create, but information about the order in which they appear in the finished questionnaire, as well as any information that is required to direct the sequence of questions, such as a jump to another question or to the end of the interview.
You can have more than one routing in a single questionnaire file, so that you can create a set of common questions and then direct them to different output formats. In this example, the questionnaire will be released in two formats, online and paper, using most of the same questions. You can use the same questionnaire file for both formats by creating a separate routing for each. To do this, you need to create a new routing, give each of the routings a suitable name, and copy the questions from the existing routing to the new one.
Creating a new routing
Click Insert > New Routing, or press Alt+I, O.
A new routing is added with the default name NewRouting1.
Renaming the routing
1 In the Routings pane, right-click on NewRouting.
2 From the context menu, choose Rename.
3 Change the text NewRouting to Web_Survey, and press Enter to insert the change.
4 Right-click NewRouting1, and then click Rename.
5 Change the text NewRouting1 to Paper_Survey, and press Enter to insert the change.
Copying questions to the routing
1 Select all the questions in the Web_Survey routing (use Shift+click), and then press Ctrl+C.
2 Click the Paper_Survey routing, and then press Ctrl+V to paste the questions to the new routing.
3 Press Ctrl+S to save the changes.
Grouping multiple questions in a single page
See also
Getting started with UNICOM Intelligence Author