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Learning Articulate Storyline by Stephanie Harnett

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Summary

This chapter introduced two very powerful features of Storyline: states and triggers, to help you create content that is dynamic, intelligent, and responsive to the learner.

The power of the no programming zone should be evident by now. Ease of use and the ability to customize objects, states, and triggers creates huge potential for creating exactly the kind of content and interaction you hoped you could: without a team of 10!

In the previous chapter, Preview was used as a method of reviewing the work you are developing. You will rely on Preview often, but it's also a good practice to publish every now and again, particularly after adding a series of new slides or new interactions. Double-checking that your work functions correctly in different ...

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