Quick Cards for Windows FAQ

This article is for users of the Windows-based Accessibyte products. Online products are not covered in this article.

How many decks/cards can Quick Cards hold?

As many as you can create! Quick cards can hold unlimited decks, each filled with an unlimited number of cards. That might be kind of rough on the students though…

How does the Test Mode work?

Test mode works by presenting the user with one side of a card. They then use the up and down arrows to find the opposite side of that same card. The thing is, there are other answers too. Those other answers are automatically pulled from other cards in the deck. After the student has chosen an answer for each card, the test is over and they are given their stats.

What kind of stats does the test mode provide?

The date deck, number of cards, number of correct answers, a score percentage and a listing of missed cards are all provided. This information can be saved, printed or copied to the clipboard so you can paste it where you need it.

How do I create my own custom decks?

You can either choose Deck Editor from the main menu, or manually create decks in Notepad (which is supplied with every Windows computer). The Quick Cards manual will have detailed explanations using each of these methods.

Can Quick Card decks be shared?

Certainly! Decks are saved as .txt files, which are very common and small file types. All someone has to do is place them in their Quick Cards\Decks folder!

Is Quick Cards completely usable without vision?

Yep! Quick Cards is designed to be used by students and instructors of various levels of sight and hearing.

Can I check out the Quick Cards manual to get more information?

Absolutely. Here is the manual in Micosoft WordPDF and plain text formats.

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