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Mastering Articulate Storyline by Ashley Chiasson

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Using number variables

Number variables are variables comprising numeric values such as scores, clicks, or attempts. In Storyline, number variables allow you to attribute equal assignment or add, subtract, multiply, or divide values.

You can use number variables to do some neat things, such as tracking the number of times a slide object was clicked, to create conditional navigation, or to perform calculations.

Exercise 1

Let's take a look at Exercise 1. In this exercise, you'll learn how to use variables to add user-entered values. There are two slides in this exercise: a Before slide (slide 1) and an After slide (slide 2). Please note that in your Manage Project Variables panel, you will notice additional variables; these variables are associated ...

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