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Articulate Next and Back Toolbar Buttons [Free]

Submitted by Kingsley on Wed, 01/27/2010 - 10:44

I received a few request to extend my "Articulate Tab(s) that jump to any slide(s) you choose" into something that could be used as simple Next/Back navigation.
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Submitted by Kate (not verified) on Thu, 01/28/2010 - 04:56


Hi - I have just stumbled across your site and I think I am in love!!

Question - how do you upload or use this file? DO you do something with it before you publish or after??

Sorry for a silly question - i'm a newbie :)


Thanks for the kind words Kate!
Not a silly question at all... I shoulda 'splained better.
After you publish your course copy those files into the "player" folder.
1.Publish your Articulate course.
2. Click the "Open Folder" option.
3. Open the "player" folder.
4. Paste the files you downloaded and unzipped.

Submitted by Achal (not verified) on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 05:09



I liked your posts and your creative stuffs. They are indeed helpful especially that collapse menu. I was facing the problem that when all heads are expanded and then I see the notes tab then the scroller doesn't work. Now with the help of automatic collapse menu I am able to see my notes.

Friend, I would also like to know if you have something with which we can nagivate from quiz to any slide in the presenter.

The thing is that I have incorporated Quiz in presenter. Now in the incorrect feedback, I would like the user to go to the relevant slide and then come back to the Quiz.

If you can help me with anything then let me know please.


Submitted by Kiran (not verified) on Fri, 07/02/2010 - 12:51


Awesome information here!

Quick question. Is there a way to have the Next/Back buttons on the right side of the attachments button on the toolbar?

I have the attachment button as well as a few interaction on the toolbar which is causing the next/back button to be shifted near the center of the toolbar.


Submitted by Articuvator (not verified) on Mon, 07/12/2010 - 17:22


is it possible to add another button to print the contents of the screen using this actionscript or some variation of it?

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Any help you provide would greatly be appreciated.

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