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  1. Select the Create Exam Form → DT Templates menu.
  2. Click the Section button in front of next to Create Template.

  3. This opens the Create/Edit DT Template page with a Section node.

    Info

    If the Lock Node check box is selected on the template being applied, the user is not allowed to make editable, the node on which the template was applied.



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    Fields in the right pane:

    • Section area:
    • Ident: This is where you specify the custom identifier for the DT Section Template.
    • Title: Section title. This can be any alphanumeric value.
    • Keep Together: When this is set to True, the various settings on the DT Section Template are applied to any Section section where this template is applied. If this is set to Falsethe various settings on the DT Section Template are not applied to any Section section where this template is applied, even though they remain saved in the template.

    • Add Item button: You can add items from the DT Item Bank by clicking this button. A Search control for items is launched in a pop-up when this button is clicked and you may retrieve items in this pop-up.

  5. Select those items resulting from the search that you wish to include in the Section by selecting the corresponding check boxes on their left. Click the Add Contents button to include them in the Section and to automatically close the pop-up.

  6. The selected items now appear listed in the right pane.
  7. The Global Configuration settings are similar to those on the standard Delivery Configuration Tool page.
  8. To add Help Rubrics, click Add Item button under Global ConfigurationA Search control for items is launched in a pop-up when this button is clicked and you may retrieve Display Type Questions items from the DT Item Bank Project in this pop-up.

  9. Select those Questions items resulting from the search, which you wish to include in the Section as Help Rubrics by marking the corresponding check boxes on their left. Click Add Contents button to include them in the Section and to automatically close the pop-up.

  10. The selected items now appear listed in the right pane.


    You can provide titles to individual Help Rubrics, which serve as the title of their tabs when the exam is rendered in the Assessment Driver. If the title is not provided, the numeric ID of the item appears as the title of the tab.

  11. Click Save at the bottom of the page. A pop-up appears, prompting you to enter the name for the template to be saved. You can select the Include nested sections check box to include Sections within Sections (if any).

  12. The following pop-up appears. Click OK to save the template and continue to remain on the same page. Click Cancel to save the template and return to the List DT Templates page.

    Warning

    An error message in red text is displayed if you try to save a template with the same name as an already existing template and the template is not saved, when the If Section template exists with the same name, it will be overwritten is not selected. To still save the template with that name, you must select this box.



  13. Enter any alphanumeric value in the Name text box to save the Section as a DT Template and click Save. Clicking Cancel takes you back to the previous page and the template is not saved.
  14. The saved template is now visible on the List DT Templates page, when you select Section from the Choose Template Type drop down list, and click Search.

  15. It is possible to delete any DT Section template by selecting it via corresponding check box, and clicking the Delete button on the top right.

    Note

    A DT template can be cloned (an exact copy created) by clicking the corresponding Copy icon. The copy is given the same name as the original with a "Copy of" suffix. This functionality is useful if you wish to modify certain parts of a DT template, but do not wish to disturb the original.

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