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    #1

    "Question 1: a, b, c"

    "Question 1: a, b, c"

    If you have multiple questions and under each you have a, b, c, for example. What do you call "a, b, and c," please? Are they options?
    Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 01-Jan-2015 at 02:40. Reason: "Are they options?"-included.

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    #2

    Re: "Question 1: a, b, c"

    Options
    Choices
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    Re: "Question 1: a, b, c"

    "Options" works. You could also use choices or alternatives.

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