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Randy Hill

The easiest way is to use a trigger. First trigger would be to change the state of Next button to disabled (or hidden based on your preference) on timeline start. Then another trigger below that one that states change state of Next button to normal when timeline ends. 

That's the easiest. Or you could do it based on a cue point that you place after the last object is visible.

Lauren Connelly

Hi Janet!

Like Randy said, you can use triggers to display certain buttons after a set of conditions.

I created this story for you to reference. In this case, I am having my user click the left button, return to the main menu, click the right button, return to the main menu, and then a button appears telling them to move to the next slide. 

Please let me know if you have any questions!