Surveys are a powerful tool for gathering feedback and insights. In this step-by-step guide, we will show you how to create a survey in PowerPoint.
Step 1: Open PowerPoint and create a new slide
Open PowerPoint and create a new slide where you want to design your survey. Select the layout that best suits your survey’s format.
Step 2: Create the survey question
Enter your survey question in a text box on the slide. Customize the font, size, and color to make it visually appealing.
Step 3: Add answer options
Create a list of answer options for your survey question. Use a bulleted list or numbered list to organize the answer options.
Step 4: Design the survey layout
Customize the layout and design of your survey. Use shapes, colors, and images to make it visually engaging. Add additional slides for each question in your survey.
Step 5: Insert radio buttons or checkboxes
To allow respondents to select answers, insert radio buttons or checkboxes next to each answer option. Go to the “Insert” tab, click on the “Shapes” button, and choose the appropriate shape for your selection method.
Step 6: Create a submit button
If you want respondents to submit their survey, create a submit button. Go to the “Insert” tab, click on the “Shapes” button, and select the button shape. Customize the text to say “Submit” or any other appropriate label.
Step 7: Add navigation buttons
If your survey has multiple slides, add navigation buttons to allow respondents to move between slides. Insert shape buttons and assign hyperlinks to each button that link to the respective slide.
Step 8: Test the survey
Before distributing your survey, test it to ensure everything works as intended. Click on the slide show mode and navigate through the survey to verify the functionality and appearance.
Step 9: Distribute the survey
Send the PowerPoint file to your respondents or convert it to a different format, such as PDF, to distribute it. Specify a deadline for respondents to complete the survey and include any additional instructions or contact information for assistance.
Congratulations! You have successfully created a survey in PowerPoint. Surveys are a valuable tool for gathering feedback, and with PowerPoint, you can design visually appealing and interactive surveys.