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Michael Hinze

The great thing about Storyline is that you don't actually have to write code; you select options from dropdown menus, add conditions, combine them with and/or statements and voila; you "programmed" something. That to me is the power of Storyline! As long as you are familiar with the concepts of timeline, layers, states, triggers and have some idea of and/or logic - that's all you need. Of course, you can dive into JavaScript or ActionScript programming to extend Storyline even further, but for the vast majority of tasks, the built-in Storyline capabilities is all you'll ever need. That's my two cents...