The Amazing Articulate Storyline Scrolling Panel

Nov152012
Written by Mike Enders — Posted in Articulate Storyline

A scrolling panel fits your content perfectly

Sometimes you just don’t have enough room on your screen for all your content. What to do? Try the Scrolling Panel button in Articulate Storyline. A scrolling panel gives you more flexible layout options for your content.

Just click the Scrolling Panel button on the Insert tab and draw a box—just like you would for a text box. Add and arrange your content and—voila—you have a scrolling panel.

Want to kick it up a notch with color or transparency? Learn more about scrolling panels right here:

Scrolling panels are more than just great space-savers—there are many other easy ways they can support your content. Use a scrolling panel instead of a notes pane, or overlay a scrolling panel on a video to share information. Check out this screenr video to see how.

For more nifty ways to use scrolling panels, click on this knowledge base article. Give it a try in your next course.

2 responses to “The Amazing Articulate Storyline Scrolling Panel”

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The panel doesn’t seem to be accessible (section 508) … at least, I don’t seem to be able to control it just using a keyboard.

Morten B // Posted at 6:01 am on June 24th, 2014

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