October 20, 2003
** For immediate release **

Class One Software, Shareware for Education, announces the release of
QuizMaker Pro version 5.0 for Macintosh OS X, Classic Macintosh, and
Windows 95-XP. Version 5.0 is a complete rewrite of QuizMaker Pro which was
first released in 1994. This version provides increased stability while
adding visual elements designed for OS X and Windows XP.
QuizMaker Pro is a full featured application which can create, archive,
administer, grade, and analyze multiple choice, matching and short answer
quizzes. New features in version 5.0 include:

– Enhanced appearance for best look on Mac OS X and Windows XP
– Toolbars added to creating quiz screens for easier navigation.
– Score files can be saved to a server so all scores will be reported to a
single file.
– Preferences can be saved to a server so all copies will read the same
preferences folder (requires Site License)
– Opening quizzes and scores defaults to the previously selected folder.
– Teachers may export a test for opening in any word processor.
– Movies can now be included with questions
– ‘Duplicate question’ feature added
– ‘Speak Text’ added to quiz creation screens (Mac only)
– Files from version 4.x can be opened with this version and saved as 5.0
– Application now runs in the “Multiple Document Interface” and includes
close and minimize buttons. (Windows)
– Various bugs fixed, stability improved
– Windows and Mac versions have exactly the same feature set.

QuizMaker Pro 5.0 is shareware. Registrations are $18 personal, $100 site,
$5 upgrade.

More Information: (http://www.classonesoftware.com/QuizMaker.html)
Home Page: (http://www.classonesoftware.com)
Direct Download:
Macintosh OS X: (http://www.classonesoftware.com/QMP5_OSX.sit.hqx)
Macintosh Classic: (http://www.classonesoftware.com/QMP5_classic.sit.hqx)
Windows: (http://www.classonesoftware.com/QMP5_setup.exe)
contact: info@classonesoftware.com
System Requirements:
– minimum 640×480 screen resolution
– 3 Megs of hard drive space
Mac: – PPC Macintosh running OS 8.6 or later
Win – Pentium processor running Windows 95 or later
– 6 Megs free RAM