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Christie Pollick

Hi, David -- Thanks for your question! Unfortunately, I am not aware of a way to achieve this, but perhaps someone in the community will be able to chime in with some input. You are also welcome to share your thoughts or suggestions with our Product Development team using this form. Best of luck with your project! :)

David Medcalf

Many thanks for the response. By importing the Quizmaker file into Storyline, I could then use the function trigger facility to transfere the result to a new function and then divide that by 13 to get the average. Nice challenge, and kept me engrossed for a couple of hours.

David

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