Can I limit choice in Multiple Choice?

Mar 23, 2020

I have a two-part question:

1. When tabbing through a graded True/False question (for accessibility) the tab highlights True and False as one, rather than separate choices. I tried looking at Tabbing Order and could not see a way to separate them. Is there a way to do this?

2. If not, when I design my T/F question in Multiple Choice format I find that the learner can select both True and False. Is there a way to limit the # of choices to 1 (i.e. either True of False)?

2 Replies
Ren Gomez

Hi Don,

Thanks for reaching out! You may be on Storyline 360 Update 36 or above and if so, we've made some intentional updates for accessibility where you can read more about it in these resources:

You'll see that we've changed the way a slide is navigated. Here's a multiple-choice question example. Essentially you'll use the tab key to move through interactive objects on the slide, and you'll use the up/down arrow keys to move within each interaction.

To answer your second question, you can create a button set in a multiple-choice question so that only one option can be selected. 

I hope this helps! 

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