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Learning Articulate Storyline by Stephanie Harnett

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Using variables

For variables to be useful, they need to contain some form of content whether that is text, numbers, or true/false logic.

One common way of populating variables is through button clicks; where the learner clicks on a button and by doing so a variable is populated with specific content. This is easy to set up in Storyline; just create a trigger on a button but instead of jumping to a slide, or showing a layer when the user clicks, you instruct Storyline to adjust the content (referred to as the value) of a variable.

Using variables

When working with variables you will want to ensure they are behaving the way you intend, and contain the information ...

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