SmartTutor 360

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Using Custom Templates

Templates are huge time savers. With one click, you can create an e-learning course with a custom design, placeholders, animations, and interactive objects. Just add your own text and media, and you’re ready to publish. Creating Custom Templates To create a reusable template: First, build a new SmartTutor project the way you want it to […]

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Adding New Slides

SmartTutor 360 has a wide range of slide types to choose from, including blank slides, question layouts, and professionally-designed templates. You can even import slides from other projects to save time. To add a new blank slide into your current project, do either of the following ways: Open the Home tab > New Slide Open the Insert tab > New Slide

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Setup Global Options

Go to the File tab on the Storyline ribbon and click  Options. The following window will appear where you can adjust the options described below. Setting General Options Use the General tab of the Options window to adjust these settings: User Interface You can localize the SmartTutor 360 interface in English To change the project language (use in

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Using Keyboard Shortcuts

Here’s a list of keyboard shortcuts to help you work even faster in SmartTutor 360: Key(s) Function Stop recording F10 Open Ctrl + O Save Ctrl + S Undo Ctrl + Z Redo Ctrl + Y Paste Ctrl + V Paste using the destination theme Ctrl + Alt + V Paste, keep source formatting Ctrl

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Setting Object Styles

Object style is a set of visual attributes, such as color and font. Objects in a project automatically inherit the styles defined in the theme applied to the project. Customize object styles Go to View  > Object Styles. From the list of objects, select the object for which you want to customize the style. Shapes,

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Using Feedback Master

Feedback masters in SmartTutor 360 let you control the default colors, fonts, text, and objects for question feedback layers. Save time by using feedback masters to give your feedback layers a consistent look and feel throughout your course. Switching to Feedback MasterView Adding Feedback Masters and Layouts Managing Feedback Masters and Layouts Designing Feedback Masters

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Using Slide Master

Slide masters in SmartTutor 360 are very similar to slide masters in Microsoft PowerPoint. Use them to control the default themes, colors, fonts, text, and objects for slides throughout your course. They’re big time-savers, letting you apply the same look and feel across multiple slides all at once. Switching to Slide Master View Adding Slide

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Working with the Interface

SmartTutor 360 is a powerful and versatile e-learning authoring tool that comes with a user-friendly interface designed to facilitate the creation of interactive and engaging presentations, screencasts, and e-learning content. The interface layout of SmartTutor is intuitively organized, making it easy for users to navigate through the various features and functionalities. Let’s take a closer

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Tips for Managing Project files

The following tips will help you avoid unexpected behavior when creating, sharing, and publishing SmartTutor 360 projects. Create, Edit, and Publish Projects on Your Local Hard Drive Working with Project Files Always save and publish SmartTutor 360 projects on your local hard drive (typically your C: drive). The default save location for SmartTutor project files

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Setting Your Slide Size

When you create a new SmartTutor 360 project, the slide size defaults to 1280 pixels wide by 720 pixels high, but you can change it to any size you’d like. How to Change Your Slide Size You can change the slide size, and now’s the best time to do so—before you add any content. Go to

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