August 27, 2018
Advanced Actions Demo
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August 27, 2018
Advanced Actions Demo
Sr. Instructional Designer and SharePoint Architect specializing in the design, development, and implementation of end-to-end training solutions
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This file is intended to demonstrate Advanced Actions with a Conditional Menu.

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2020-07-09 12:44:30
2020-07-09 12:44:30

Thank you!

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2018-08-31 08:01:36
2018-08-31 08:01:36

Hi Dan, thanks for posting this, do you enjoy advanced actions, I love them since almost 10 years and have been publishing about them.  I really hope you did use shared actions because this is a very appropriate use case. Sinc eyou only have one slide with text for each of the dashboard/menu items a good alternative that would make the file smaller is to have one slide with a mutlistate object: each of the slide content would be in a state.  Especially if you want touse it in a fluid bloxes design, where stacking of objects is not possible. Have a look at my blog post:

https://elearning.adobe.com/2018/08/forced-clicking-hotspots-fluid-boxes-project/

From the design it looks like you use a hyperlink to navigate to the slides, is that the case? I am referring to the underlined words? In that case a shared action is impossible, because for a weird reason it is the only command excluded form the command list for shared ations. I revently pyublished a post here about using hyperlinks, and will sonn post another one where I use them to create a dropdown menu with navigation possibilities. Maybe another idea?

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2018-08-28 09:29:50
2018-08-28 09:29:50

Thanks for sharing Dan! Maybe in your next article, share how to create this showcase. It will help learn for new users. Also you should update your profile page –  with this link – https://community-portal-prod-previewdata.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/files/2018/08/b985d94fc64981bbb239/index.html

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