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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jyothi,

If you'd like to disable the submit button, you'll have to create a custom one that you can set up to do what you're looking for. This article goes into  detail about the different options when customizing a buttons - it's about half way down in the article. 

Hope that helps! 

Susan Pickering

Thank you for lightning fast response!

I had since figured this out, was having a mental block. J

Have coded and am now testing.

Cheers Sue

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Chris Dominguez

hi, with regard to disabling the built in Submit button, i have a sample here that might be close to giving you an answer perhaps. basically i am working on something lately and one of my objective is to prevent the user to proceed to the next slide/page without finishing the quiz. i have a drag drop quiz which i wanted the user to finish the quiz and not to go to the next slide if he/she did not completed the quiz. hope this helps

Still a Newbie (1 month old)