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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Jack and welcome to E-Learning Heroes! 

Are you importing slides created in PPT into Storyline? The import isn't an exact one to one conversion as you'll see described here.   If you'd like us to take a look, are you able to share the .story file here with us or if you'd prefer you can share it here privately. 

Jack Hendry

Hi Ashley,

I'm using presenter 13 which is added onto powerpoint 2010, the only way i have been able to fix this problem is by selecting each slide individually and changing the bullets to a different style. It works but when you're working with thousands of slide, it becomes extremeley time consuming!

I've had a look at other threads and it doesn't seem anyone else is having these difficulties!

I have attached before and after screen shots!

Jay Hricak

I think I found the answer myself.  The bullets that were being converted to the character "n" were standard PowerPoint bullets that had been custom sized (larger.) The ones that did not convert to "n" were standard sized square bullets.  Converting the custom sized ones BACK to the original PowerPoint sized bullets cleared it up.  Yay me.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Hayley,

All the bullets on one slide are turning pink? Have you confirmed you're working on local project files as detailed here? Have you tried recreating just that one slide? Since you're only seeing it after publishing - where are you testing the published output? You'll want to test within the intended environment as described here.  If you're still having difficulty, could you share that one slide with us?