Guided Image

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This help topic will cover all options and features available while working with Guided Image interactions.

To create a Guided Image interaction:

  1. Create a new interaction using one of the three available methods.
  2. Select Guided Image from the left-hand list of interaction types.
  3. Click OK to start creating your interaction or Cancel to cancel creation of a new interaction.

The following toolbar options are available while working with a Guided Image interaction:

  • Image
    • Change Image: This option will allow you to select a new image for your interaction. Supported image types include the following:
      • .JPG
      • .BMP
      • .GIF
      • .PNG
    • Position: This option allows you to specify the location of your image (top, bottom, left, or right) relative to the text you add to your interaction. For example, if you select top, your published interaction will place the image above your text and supporting media.
  • Labels
    • Add Label: This option will add a new Label. There is no upper limit to how many labels you can add.
    • Delete Label: This will delete the label currently selected.
    • Edit Labels: Clicking this option will bring up the Edit Labels dialog. The edit labels dialog allows you to specify titles for each label as well as label text and add audio, images or video to each label. See below section for more details on working in the Edit Labels dialog.
    • Arrow Color: Use this option to specify a color from a pull-down list for new or existing labels.
  • Intro / Summary: Learn more in Using the Toolbar.
  • Tools: Learn more in Using the Toolbar.
  • Publish: Learn more in Publishing Interactions.

The following additional features are available while working with a Guided Image interaction:

  • Interaction Title: This is the interaction title for this project. This will display as the main interaction title in the published output. To change the title font, click the Interaction Properties button in the toolbar and select the Colors and Effects tab. The Title Font setting will determine the font type used.
  • Edit Labels: After clicking the Edit Labels button, you’ll have access to the following options:
    • List: You can select any label by clicking List in the left corner. Clicking this option will display all labels in a pull-down menu for easy and fast selection. You can also add a label via the List menu.
    • Tabs: Click Introduction (if available) or a label tab to make edits to that label of the interaction. Click the Add Label tab to add a new label to your interaction.
    • Title: This is the title displayed for the current label in your published output.
    • Label Text: This is the area where you add the text that you like to display for the selected label. To format this text, use the wide variety of options available in the formatting toolbars directly above the text input field. Learn more in Formatting Text.
    • Audio: Use the Audio pane to record, import, or edit audio for each label of your interaction. Learn more in Adding Audio.
    • Media: Use the Media pane to add a video or image to each label of your interaction. Learn more in Adding Media.
    • Label Controls: Label controls such as add and delete are available in the Edit Labels dialog. See above section for a description of each.
    • Move Tab Left: Click this link to move the selected tab to the left. This allows you to the define the order your users will progress through your interaction. You can also click and drag the tabs representing each label to a new position.
    • Move Tab Right: Click this link to move the selected tab to the right. This allows you to the define the order your users will progress through your interaction. You can also click and drag the tabs representing each label to a new position.
    • Check Spelling: Click this link to run a spell check on your interaction. Learn more in Running the Spell Check.
    • Preview Label: Click this link to preview the current label. Learn more in Previewing Interactions.