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Matthew Bibby

Copy the text to notepad, delete the text box and start again.

While I haven't had this happen in Storyline before, I've seen it in other software and it is usually due to the weird code that Word applies to text. When you copy the text to a basic .txt file, it strips all of this invisible formatting out - often resolving the problem. 

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jenny,

If you add bullets or numbering to a list and adjust the font size or color, you may find that the last bullet/number doesn't match the rest of the list.

This is a known issue. Here's how to correct it:

  1. Triple-click the last bulleted or numbered item to select the entire line of text. (There's a hidden character at the end of the line that you need to select. Dragging your mouse to select the text doesn't always capture that hidden character.)
  2. With the entire line of text selected, reset the font size or color for this line of text to match the rest of your list.