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Using Respondent IDs (Respondent Tracker)

Respondent ID/Tracker regions can be set up to identify each respondent’s form. To use Respondent Tracker, you must also have a page identifier on each page of your form. When you create a form, place optical marks, machine printed text (OCR) or barcodes on every form page to identify the individual respondents. For example, if the respondent will be filling in an identifier such as name or ID number on each page, or you have such information captured in a barcode, these regions could be used as Respondent Trackers. These markings must be unique from any other types of identifiers you are using, such as Form IDs or Page IDs. Each respondent identifier must also be unique among all respondents. However, the Respondent Tracker output must be the same for each page within a particular respondent's form. Once a form is set up with an identifier, you tell Remark how to interpret in the Template Editor when setting up your form template.

To understand how to set up a Respondent ID/Tracker region in your version of Remark Office OMR, consult the help file by pressing F1 or the user's guide by clicking Help|Documentation in the software.

 

 

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