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Ned Whiteley

Hi Tessa,

In the attached example I have recreated a simple version of your pyramid using a mix of triangle, rectangle and free-form shapes from the Insert Shape menu option. All you then need to do is to create triggers that jump to slides, show layers, show lightbox slides or whatever else you wish them to do when a user clicks on the appropriate shape (see examples in the attachment). You could also add state changes to the shapes to give the impression that they are being pressed down when clicked.

Hope this helps and gives you some ideas to work on.

Ned Whiteley

Hi Tessa,

When making up the example, I used a mix of alignment-by-eye and the built-in grid, guides and alignment tools in Storyline. It only took me ten minutes from a clean slide to draw all the components and line then up as best as I could for the demo and so, with a bit more care and attention, I am sure you can produce the result you want fairly easily. Don't forget that you can always zoom in on your slide if you want to make accurate adjustments.