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MultiState Button

The multistate button allows the learner to flip through a sequential series of images in order to make a selection. For example, in an interaction where the learner must select a screw size, you can use a multistate button containing graphics for each screw. The learner would click on the multistate button until the desired screw was displayed. (NOTE: Only one of the button states can be the correct choice.)

The size of the multistate button is based on the first graphic being referenced. Similarly, the Lock Aspect Ratio, and Lock Original Size properties will reference the first graphic to compute those settings.