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"Range-of-values" questions are questions that have a predefined set of values. Professional Quest allows you to enter these values manually, or select from a pre-defined set of values. Examples of range-of-values questions include:

A rating scale from "Very Dissatisfied" to "Very Satisfied"
A list of departments for an organisation
A yes/no question (eg. do you smoke?)

Values can be entered in the Property Sheet Window in the Professional Quest Designer, and the resultant question may appear on the survey form as shown below:

The maximum number of values that may be entered in a range-of-values question is dependent upon the version of the software being used. While the number of values entered is usually quite small, a higher maximum may be useful in situations where the number of values is quite large and can not be reduced (eg. Asking for a US state - 50 values will be needed).
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