In order to be able to keep questions hidden until they are answered, I want to fold a survey form (questionnaire) horizonally. Therefore I want to create constant hight paragraphs.

Meaning: independently how large the question text and answer options are, the space down to the next question should remain constant for all questions. As a minimal example you can use this nice template provided by Sven Hartenstein

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  • If I understand correctly, you want to split the page into blocks (questions) of the same height. You could have a look at this question where a page is split into two horizontally. – drat Feb 11 '19 at 5:36
  • @drat Thank you for the link (-: Somehow it resembles a possible solution, however there the hight is manually set/chosen. I wonder if it would be possible to write the text for the questions and then the template itself decides how large the hight should be to fit every question within. – alex Feb 12 '19 at 7:56
  • do you want the same height for every question in the document or just for every question on a specific page? – drat Feb 12 '19 at 9:50
  • @drat Ideally it would be the same for all pages -- this would allow to fold multiple pages at ones. However, in some scenarios -- e.g. a large question -- it may be more practical to limit the range of the similar hight size only to each page individually. Bottom line: If you know how to do only one variant, I would also accept your answer. Thank you (-: – alex Feb 15 '19 at 0:15

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