I need to create a printable form. Please suggest a LaTeX package that can do these types of questions:

  • Text:
1. Your e-mail: __________________________
  • Paragraph:
2. Describe your neighborhood:

  • Choose one:
3. Your one most favorite fruit:

() Apple   () Pear
() Orange  () Other: ___________
  • Choose many:
4. Pick two fruits that you love least of all:

[] Apple  [] Pear
[] Orange [] Other: ___________
  • Grid:
5. Rate your attitude to these fruits:

        Hate   Don't like  Indifferent   Like   Love
Apple    ()         ()         ()         ()     ()
Orange   ()         ()         ()         ()     ()
Pear     ()         ()         ()         ()     ()

Update: I've edited the question to remove misleading word "questionnaire". I need forms, to get statistics from, not exams and quizzes. Sorry, I'm a bit lost at the English terminology on the subject. See above examples to better understand what I need.


Recommendable packages are

  • exams - a feature-rich package for creating questions

  • qcm - for making multiple choices questionnaires

More can be found in the section Typesetting Exam Scripts, Quizzes, Flashcards, and Questionnaires in the TeX Catalogue.

  • Um. Sorry, but in the documentation for both packages I fail to find relevant examples. Most important for me is the support for the Grid type of question. – Alexander Gladysh Jan 31 '11 at 21:07
  • Also, please note that I'm not creating quiz or exam form. I've updated the question to clarify this. Sorry for the confusion. – Alexander Gladysh Jan 31 '11 at 21:08

This one looks really close to what I need:


Only I can't figure out where to download it. :-(


For creating questionnaires with LaTeX I can recommend:


  • The demo for this package does not have Grid questions... Are they supported? – Alexander Gladysh Jan 31 '11 at 20:51
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    Can be easily done using a tabular where the tick cells contain \QO. – Martin Scharrer Jan 31 '11 at 21:14

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