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Articulate Storyline by Mind Map: Articulate Storyline
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Articulate Storyline

Getting started

- Helpful videos to get started - Links can also be found when you first open storyline

Storyline Software

Summary of features with brief tutorials

Add content

Import PPT

Interactive scenarios

Interactive markers


Create software simulations


Publish courses

Essential getting started posts

Join the Articulate Community

How To


=lorem()ENTER: Insert placeholder text C: Add cuepoint at current time CTRL+A: select all CRTL+C: copy CTRL+D: duplicate CTRL+F: find and replace CTRL+I: italics CTRL+J: insert picture CTRL+K: add trigger CTRL+M: insert new slide CTRL+N: new project CTRL+S: save project CTRL+T: insert text box CTRL+U: underline text CTRL+V: paste CTRL+Y: redo CTRL+Z: undo CTRL+arrow: Move in one-pixel increments (one gird = 8 pixels) CTRL+SHIFT+drag: copy a button CTRL+ENTER: Format shape CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER: Size & position SPACEBAR: pause/play timeline F1: Help menu F3: Normal view F4: Slide master F5: Layer master F7: Spell check F10: Publish F12: Preview project SHIFT+F12: Preview current scene CTRL+F12: Preview current slide SHIFT+F9: show/hide gridlines


Controls: objects that user interacts with Hotspot: region that has qualities of an object Layers: like in Photoshop, one can stack layers on top of each other on a slide and control when they"re visible; the first layer is called the base layer Lightbox: popup display of a slide over a dimmed main slide; it"s opened with a trigger on the main slide Markers: Contain popup information; click on them and information appears Objects: variety of shapes, images, text boxes, buttons, audio, video, etc. Player: plays your presentation Scene: collection of slides Slide: the panes you work on; similar to PPT slide; the active slide is also called the stage States: visual characteristics that can be assigned to objects; for example, happy and sad face of character Timeline: sequence when objects appear Trigger: logic command assigned to an object Variables: defined states that can be accessed by all slides; there are 3 types: number, text, and true/false


Important Notes: Hover state does not work on mobile devices YouTube videos don"t work in HTML5 browsers; insert as web objects

Interactive content

Non-interactive content

Course design

Managing projects


Publishing & Testing

E-Learning Heroes Community






Tom Kuhlmann (Rapid E-Learning)

David Anderson

Jeanette Brooks

Word of the Mouth

Helpful Resources




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