Now you should have your splash slide (if you made one), a branching slide, and however many slide groups as you have menu buttons.
It doesn’t matter how many slides are within each group, what their slide labels are, what content they contain, or how they navigate between each other (apart from the last slide in the group, which I’ll discuss later).
Create Navigation Buttons
Now that you have all the slides ready, with particular emphasis on the names you gave to your slide groups, you’re ready to create navigation buttons that will point to the first slide within each group.
So, create three buttons on your ‘branching’ – main menu slide.
You can use buttons, smart shapes, image buttons, whatever.
Menu Buttons should all have Actions set to ‘No Action’.
Label each button exactly the same as your slide group names.
Ie the button that would navigate to the first slide of the slide group ‘demonstration’ should be labelled ‘demonstration’.
If you want to make use of the automatic ‘visited’ state of each button, select the button, click ‘state view’ in the properties panel, and add a ‘visited’ state with an indicator of completion. (I used a check mark).
Remember to check the ‘Retain State on Slide Revisit’ checkbox to make sure the check mark persists once you’ve used the button.
Rinse and repeat.
On the last slide in each group, if you have any slide navigation buttons, they should not have ‘go to next slide’ actions, but ‘continue’ instead.
If not, you won’t return to the menu slide after completing the section.
If you want to only make available the Quiz section when users have fully completed all previous sections, set the ‘view in output’ button to false. (that’s the small ‘eye’ icon just to the left of the button label in the properties panel).