Learn how to create forced navigation without the previously required advanced actions and variables, by using simple naming conventions for slides, multistate objects, and buttons.
before they can move on, we call it forced navigation. … And it is much easier than it ever was before. … We have our first slide, the title slide. … with the prefix ms, as in multistate. … There's the normal state, the default. … you can see, the naming of this object, … And I want you to see that each of these buttons … the name of the slide, multistate, … the name of the object, ms and then whatever name … Also very important is that the continue button is hidden, … after each of these states have been viewed, …
- Explore how to build, preview, and close projects.
- Create responsive projects.
- Use Fluid Boxes to make your work more flexible.
- Edit master slides.
- Add and program buttons.
- Select the best file format for your project.
- Add closed captions and voiceovers.
- Explore other eLearning platforms, including SCORMs.
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1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
7. New Features
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