Hi. I can certainly help you with this. I need a bit more detail about exactly what you're trying to accomplish. An example would be great.
I would prefer to discuss this in detail by phone. How are the options to show up? Did you envision checkboxes, or the user merely putting a "Yes" or a "1" in some column? Do you want the results collected and summarized in another worksheet? Etc.
Thank you for your response. I really need a WORKED EXAMPLE where you just type an indicated question and options into a spreadsheet and attach an explanation. For example, the spreadsheet could say:
Which state do you live in?
and when the user picks an option, "California" is to appear in another cell, possibly on another worksheet.
With a CONCRETE, COMPLETE example--either in the question stream or by phone--I can develop this for you very straightforwardly. First, make certain your version of Excel is no older than 2007. I am eagerly anticipating your feedback.
Once again, I have zero concept which are the QUESTIONS and which are the possible ANSWERS to each question. Do you want checkboxes? If the user checks a box next to one of the ANSWERS, do you want it to show up in another cell?
Is a "question probe" or a "question anchor" one of the available choices? I mean, I'm really trying hard here for a meaningful example that presents a QUESTION and the available CHOICES, and I don't seem to be getting through. Thank you for your perseverance.
This is readily doable but requires entirely non-trivial software development. I have advised JustAnswer about the situation. Please stand by. Thank you for your patience.
I wasn't trying to gouge. Please understand that some questions can be answered simply, while others are going to take some effort to solve (TIME, not intellectual challenge necesarily) and prepare and upload an EXAMPLE so everything is crystal-clear.
Let me press the button here and see what I can do. I won't gouge. I'm not supposed to discuss price.
A complete EXAMPLE --- even if you could draw it on paper and upload a scanned-in image --- would be TERRIFIC.