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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jugnoo,

You can have Storyline 2 and Storyline 360 installed on the same system, but what you'll see is the icon for your files will default to the latest version (in this case Storyline 360) and files will try to open in the latest version as well.

You can always open Storyline 2 directly and then browse for the file you'd like to edit there. Another option is to look at your Program settings and set all .story files to open with Storyline 2. Keep in mind that when you do this, any Storyline 360 files will try to open in the older version and you'll see an error message about it having been created in a newer version.