Hi Bill, I used to be in the research business .. a looooong time ago. Even back in the stone age when I was a participant there were software packages you could buy to automate survey design and analysis. I remember looking at some of them and may have even bought a few. A quick search on google for 'questionnaire software' turned up a number of suspects that might be worth investigating. [I haven't used this kind of stuff lately - so I don't have any firsthand recommendations - sorry.] There are also any number of services, (like the one run by fellow evolter Ryan at surveymonkey), that would probably let you turnkey as much of the whole process as you like (or can afford) - so set a budget and a timeline and nap the afternoon away! ;-) HTH, RonL. (Who's even hired keypunch services to enter data returned from mail surveys to speed up the process on the analysis side.) -----Original Message----- From: Bill Lovett [mailto:bill at ilovett.com] let's further say that your work entails coding a rather long questionnaire form, which promises to be thoroughly monotonous and tedious. Do you unleash your flying fingers of fury unto the keyboard and just slog your way through, or are there applications/scripts out there that can be fed the relenvant information (question text, field type, field name, field value) and spit out the html for you?