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    @towers9815

    Now I did see the article on the blog Inserting Storyline 2 content in to Lectora.

    Link: http://trivantis.com/blog/insert-storyline-2-content-lectora/

    Using the method outlined here can you insert more than one Storyline course file in your Lectora course ?

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    @wendymiller

    Hi Trav,

    I don’t have any Storyline content to test this with myself. But since the SL content gets displayed in a web window, and you can have multiple web windows within a Lectora title, I would think you’d be able to have more than one SL title wrapped in a single Lectora title as long as you keep the SL local web content in separate folders.

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    @jvalley4735

    You can have more than one Storyline (Captivate, iSpring, etc) course within Lectora.

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    @mnotermans5114

    A trick im thinking of…havenot tried it yet, but gonna try when i got some time…

    -Export your Storyline content to Powerpoint
    -Import your exported Powerpoint/Storyline content into Lectora

    😉

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