Changing the Question Size or Label Space
You can change the question size and placement while you are creating questions, or even after the survey has been administered. While creating a question (for example, in the Add Question/Edit Question mode), you can scroll to the Change Question Size & Placement Options at the bottom of the Question Editor prompt.
The following edit features are available in this area:
1. Overall Question Width:
If you want the question itself to cover less or more space on the page, then edit the Percent or Pixel width. This will either spread or condense the space over which it covers.
2. Column Width:
You can control the amount of space reserved for the "label" and the "answer choices."
- EX: This is helpful if you have large amounts of text for the answer choices of a Matrix-type. If the column headers consist of less text, then you can allot more space for the "label" or row section. The rows of answer choices will not appear so condensed. (*The same thing applies to the Single or Multiple Textboxes questions. You can tighten up the space between the text on the left and the comment boxes to the right.)
3. Question Placement:
If you want a question to appear next to the preceding one, you can choose to have it "Side by Side." If you want the questions located underneath one another, then you can leave the default of "Start question on new row."
4. Question Margin:
Sometimes a question may appear too close to the survey title header or to another one. You can place a pixel number like "5" or "20" in the Top Margin setting. This will provide more space above the current question.
Edit Comment Box:
Depending on the type of question, you can set a percent or fixed/pixel question width, column width,or comment/input box size.