This interactive glossary slide makes it easy for learners to browse several terms in one slide. You can check out a published demo here and check out the original discussion here

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Judy Nollet
Michelle Adams

I did finally figure it out, it was just being temperamental! Thanks so much for replying!!! I appreciate the help! Michelle Adams Education & Development Manager, UnitedHealthcare Global Direct Line +1.410.308.7962 Toll Free 1.800.527.0218 Fax +1.763.367.4063 Email Michelle.Adams@uhcglobal.com 8501 LaSalle Road, Suite 200 Baltimore, MD 21286, USA [cid:image001.gif@01CFF2C7.CF78AE00] Visit www.uhcglobal.com OUR UNITED CULTURE The way forward Integrity | Compassion | Relationships | Innovation | Performance (c) 2014 United Healthcare Services, Inc. This email may contain links to third party websites, which are governed by their own terms and conditions of use. UnitedHealthcare Global does not control such websites, and is not responsible for the... Expand

Judy Nollet

This info is included in the Notes section of the Glossary slide, but I'm copying here to increase its visibility. - The glossary slide can be accessed via a link/button/hotspot on any slide. Note: The PREV button is available to allow the user to return to the initial slide. The NEXT button has been turned off to control navigation from the Glossary. - Glossary slide can also be accessed via a player tab that opens this slide as a lightbox (as in this sample .story file). - Terms can be added by copying and pasting another rectangle into the scrolling panel. That requires moving rectangles up or down, so it’s best if you know in advance how many terms there will be. That would let you add rectangles and link to layers before entering the actual content. - Alphabetizing is NOT automa... Expand

Graham Clark
Judy Nollet

Hi, Graham, You hide or show Storyline's NEXT and PREV buttons via Slide Properties, which is accessed by clicking the gear icon for the base layer of the slide. It's *possible* to re-write their triggers to step through the layers of the Glossary slide, but you'd need to be good with variables to do that. IMHO, stepping through the terms in order defeats the purpose of the interaction. The slide was designed to allow someone to look up the info they need. Otherwise, you could just present it on different slides and have users step through those. If you do need to enforce viewing each term, you can add a trigger to disable the NEXT button when the timeline starts, and then enable it when all of the buttons reach a visited state. But I don't think the buttons in my template have a visit... Expand

Graham Clark