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Michael Hinze

I'm not sure if you want to force the user to click items in a certain order or capture the order in which items were clicked. Here is an example of forcing a user to click items in a certain order, e.g. a phone number. As each number is clicked, the state of the next object in the sequence is changed from disabled to normal.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Scott,

You're welcome to reach out to Sol directly using the "contact me" button on his profile as I"m not sure if he's still subscribed to this thread. Hope you're able to find some design/how to assistance for this and please keep us posted on what you determine if it's worth sharing with the rest of the community. 

sandeep K

Hi All,

Can someone help me on how to get this kind of slide template. Is this slide template available in Content library of Articulate Storyline ? PFB the screenshot for reference. I created the replica of this slide, but when I hower over the Options A,B and C. They don't appear in the text pad. 

Here is the link for this video. Please refer the video at 0.23 time stamp.


Any help in this regard is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


Crystal Horn

Hello, Sandeep!  That file should be included in our practice files that we share in the Getting Started Tutorials.  If you have a look here, the first step in this tutorial includes a direct download link to the practice files, and it explains which file to open.

It'll look like this once you extract the files:

Let me know if you need more help, though!

sandeep K

Thanks Crystal. However, if I want to manually create the replica of the Practice Zip File (for example Trigger States, as pasted in my earlier query) . Is it possible to do? Since, I created the options A,B and C manually, but the functionality doesn't work like that of the template available in Zip Files.