# Q&A Template in LaTeX

I am preparing a Q&A document. I created the image below in MS Word. I was wondering if there is a way this can be accomplished in LaTeX. I want to keep formatting consistent through out the document.

Is there such a template available? If not then how can i create my own templates/ environments

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 There are only one answer per question is it? Should the first words be bold like shown? – Martin Scharrer♦ May 3 '12 at 15:23 Yes there is only one answer per question. If there are more than one answers then it would be displayed starting on a new line. Bold would be nice, increases readability. – Raama May 3 '12 at 15:29

For something simple like you specified I would go for two simple definitions, \Que and \Ans. For more complicated formatting and features check the answers package.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{lipsum}
\newcounter{question}
\setcounter{question}{0}
\begin{document}

\newcommand\Que[1]{%
\leavevmode\par
\stepcounter{question}
\noindent
\thequestion. Q --- #1\par}

\newcommand\Ans[2][]{%
\leavevmode\par\noindent
{\leftskip37pt
A. --- \textbf{#1} #2\par}}

\Que{Here first question would come}
\Ans{\lipsum[1]\lipsum[1]}

\Que{Here first question would come}
\Ans{\lipsum[1]\lipsum[1]}
\end{document}

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 thanks a lot for your help – Raama May 3 '12 at 18:07