# \its

## Syntax

 \its[ref,ref,...] [ref,ref,...]

## Description

In an itemization, place an item together with a row of bullets — think questionnaires with five-point scales. Usually used with \startitemize[5] to have the bullet points be open circles. The number of points in the row is specified with items=n. The references are for interactive documents: clicking an item in the scale will then trigger the corresponding reference/action.

## Example

A short questionnaire about the books of Dorothy L. Sayers.
\startitemize
[5,             % open circles
packed]        % no blank lines between items (counteracts \setupwhitespace[big])
[width=6em,     % width of area in which bullets/numbers/scales are placed
distance=2em,  % distance between last scale point and item
items=4]       % number of points in scale
% First we print a range key
\ran{yes \hss no} % \hss produces an infinitely stretchable (and squashable) space
\its I think Lord Peter Wimsey is the bee's knees.
\its I think Bunter is the caterpillar's waistcoat.
\stopitemize


• \startitemize
• \item to print ordinary items
• \sym to print an item with a custom symbol
• \mar to print an item with margin text
• \sub to print an item with a continuation mark
• \its to print an item with a row of marks (for response ranges)
• \ran to print a range for the \its row