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Amy Pennington

I have a question for you.  I am just getting started with Storyline and I have seen templates like this that I would like to use.  I have 7 training modules to create and I need to know if it is better to keep the modules all in one storyline file or make individual modules and somehow link them to a template like you created.

Can you help?



Phil Mayor

Jon Colman said:

Hi Phil, same as the others above... thanks very much for posting this - I think it's great.  The only 'downside' is that now I've seen your template and compared it to my first Storyline project for a client  I think mine looks very dull in comparison - ha ha - but I was following the client's own in-house style.

Thanks Jon, I will try to take my clients down that road they have never traveled as far as design goes but it is dependent on the client how far we get.

Phil Mayor

Jerson campos said:

You should get bored more often : )


Funnily enough I used this in a clients course today, I spent an hour designing something then got an email from Rachel's post and remembered i built this. The finished slide uses layers and lots and lots of triggers (I had to simulate an array). But at the heart is this menu.

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