Adobe Captivate 6 Understanding Buttons and Click Boxes: In this Adobe Captivate video lesson we will add buttons and click boxes to an Adobe Captivate eLearning project. Learn how to add buttons and create button actions for navigation and learner feedback. You will also learn some of the differences between a button and click box.
Adobe Captivate 6 Working with the Object Style Manager: In this Adobe Captivate video lesson you will learn how to control the properties of the objects in your project using styles and the Object Style Manager. The Object Style Manager in Adobe Captivate 6 is a powerful way to save time and work smart while creating engaging eLearning content.
Adobe Captivate 6 Adding and Modifying Smart Shapes: In this Adobe Captivate 6 lesson you will learn how to add and modify a smart shape in your eLearning projects. Smart shapes include many categories of ready-made shapes such as arrows, buttons, or basic shapes. These new smart shapes will help your productivity and save time during production work.
Adobe Captivate 6 Adding and Modifying Text Captions: In this lesson you will learn how to add and modify text captions in Adobe Captivate 6. Text captions are very important objects for adding text, call out, and feedback to your projects. Learn how to add and customize text captions in Adobe Captivate for eLearning projects.
Adobe Captivate 6 Adding and Styling Highlight Boxes: In this Adobe Captivate 6 video lesson you will learn how to add highlight boxes and format the properties from the property panel. This is the first lesson in the series to introduce non-interactive objects in Adobe Captivate.
Adobe Captivate 6 Working with Placeholder Objects: In this Adobe Captivate Training video you will learn how to use the Placeholder Objects in Adobe Captivate 6. Placeholder Objects allow you to add editable content areas to the Master Slides in Adobe Captivate. Your project slides that are created from Master Slides can be managed using Master Slides to globally control editable and non-editable regions of the slide.