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Contents of the README file   (v 4.0)

A. Purpose

The 'alterqcm' package is a LaTeX2e package, for making Multiple Choices Questionnaires
 in a table with two columns. The aim is to provide some useful macros  to build
  QCM in tables. These macros may be used by only LaTeX TeX users.
 The documentation is in French.

B. Features
 -- A special environment allows you to define questions and possible answers;
 -- You can specify which answers are correct and which are not.
 -- works with utf8 and pdflatex;
 -- allows to use 'longtable';
 -- makes automatically adjustment;
 -- generates a 'grid' that the students will have to fill in;
 -- generates a 'mask' with correct answers to print a slide.
 
C. Licence

You may freely use and distribute this package under the terms of  lppl and/or gpl.

Read file doc_aq.pdf in the doc directory, for the complete documentation

D. Contents of the folder (encoding utf8)

  -- README (this file)
  -- inputs: alterqcm.sty
  -- doc: doc-aq.pdf, 
          example_1.tex,
          example_1.pdf,
          example_2.tex,
          example_2.pdf,
     etc...
                    
          
E. Installation

If you need to install it by yourself, a TDS compliant zip archive is
provided (aq.zip).  Just download that file, and unpack it in
your TDS directory (~/texmf for Unix-like systems). If you only need to use
 'alterqcm.sty' then you have to copy 'alterqcm.sty' into '~/texmf/tex/latex'.


With MiKTeX, copy folder 'alterqcm.sty' into 'C:\texmf\tex\latex', then
run 'MiKTeX Options'. In the 'File name database' section, click on
'Refresh now'.

F. History 

-- 4.0 Added full linguistic support  

-- 3.7 Correction of bug 
       add the macro \AQpoints

G. The original author of the 'alterqcm.sty' package is Alain Matthes. This
    version was developed by Apostolos Syropoulos and Anastasios Dimou.
--
Alain Matthes, <al.ma@mac.com>
Apostolos Syropoulos, <asyropoulos@yahoo.com>
Anastastios Dimou, <ansdimou@tassosdimou.gr>
May, 23rd, 2019