publicar story line a word

Feb 06, 2017

cuando publico un story line a word , microsoft word me dice que hay demasiados errores gramaticales y ortográficos y no aparece el archivo

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Alyssa Gomez
When I publish a story line to word, Microsoft Word tells me that there are too many grammatical and spelling mistakes and the file does not appear.

Hello Imagen!

In some cases, you may find that you can't publish an Articulate project to Microsoft Word after you've translated it to another language. The publishing process may appear to complete as expected, but no Word document is actually generated. Here's how to fix it.

Please let me know if this works for you!

imagen 2016


Muchas gracias con el tutorial que me has adjuntado en el post anterior ya no aparece el error que hemos hablado de los errores gramaticales y ortograficos. y he podido solucionarlo.

Lo unico que yo pensaba que al publicar en word el archivo que aparece no es texto editable sino que aparacen imagenes de las diapositivas del story line. 

no hay ninguna manera de publicar y poder extraer el contenido del texto de story?

Alyssa Gomez

Thank you very much with the tutorial that you have attached me in the previous post no longer appears the error that we have spoken of the grammatical and ortograficas errors. And I have been able to solve it.

The only thing I thought that when I published in word the file that appears is not editable text, but that images of the slides of the story line appear.

There is no way to publish and be able to extract the content of the story text?

I'm glad to hear that the issue is sorted out, Imagen! If you would like to export a copy of editable text, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the File tab on the Storyline ribbon, scroll to Translation, and select Export.
  2. Browse to the location where you'd like to save the exported text.
  3. Assign a File name to your document.
  4. Use the Save as type drop-down list to select Word Document (*.doc).
  5. Click Save.

Let me know how it goes!

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