## Customizing Option Boxes Labelling

I have a questionnaire with a separate answer sheet and I want to customize the labelling of option boxes such that few of the questions should have options with the label A,B,C,D while others should have the label 1,2,3,...

I have tried using the \AMCchoiceLabel command but it is only updating the labels of the choices given with questions but not in the separate answer answer sheet provided.

I have attached the .tex and .pdf of the sample questionnaire. The \AMCchoiceLabel command has been used with the third question. As you can see in the .pdf file it is only updating the label in question but not in the separate answer sheet provided.

Can you tell me where I am doing wrong or what should I do for correct labelling?

### Replies (2)

#### RE: Customizing Option Boxes Labelling - Added by Alexis Bienvenüealmost 10 years ago

The command \AMCchoiceLabel is currently designed to be subject-wide, used with the same value for all questions.
If you don't need to shuffle answers, you can use something like

  \begin{question}{nb-ue}
How many different states were members of the European Union in Jan. 2009?
\begin{choiceshoriz}[o]
\wrongchoice[A]{15}
\wrongchoice[B]{21}
\wrongchoice[C]{25}
\correctchoice[D]{27}
\wrongchoice[E]{31}
\end{choiceshoriz}
\end{question}


(The provided labels will be attached to the corresponding answers, but if you shuffle, labels will be also shuffled...)