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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Tina, 

When you publish to Word, the resulting document will have a screenshot of each slide's base layer by default.

If you also want to include a screenshot of the other layers associated with each slide, you can mark the box to include them.

Layer screenshots will appear after the associated base layer in the Word document.

Mark the box to "Show layers" if you want to include screenshots of layers in your published Word document.

If your layers are set up to show things from the slide's base layer, that will also appear in the Word output. You could adjust how it's shown by changing what you see in Storyline and hide all the base layer items on your slide layers using the Layer properties or the 👁 icon within the timeline.

Let us know if it continues to misbehave and we can take a look at your .story file as well!