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.
In this Adobe Captivate lesson, you will learn how to configure your Captivate project so that it tracks the learner quiz scores back to acrobat.com. You will need Adobe Captivate 5, the Adobe Captivate Quiz Results Analyzer, and free account at acrobat.com.
In this Adobe Captivate lesson, you will learn various options for publishing your courses with Adobe Captivate 5. We will take a look at how to add slide notes, publishing your project to a review document, publish settings, loader bar preferences, publishing and previewing in a browser window, and export for deployment without SCORM package.
In this Adobe Captivate Training lesson, you will learn how to control the visibility of the Playback control in your eLearning courses with Advanced Actions. This technique can be used to manage the navigation of the learner through the quiz slides and prevent them from navigating back to the previous quiz slide.
In this Adobe Captivate Training lesson, we will use a System Variable and Advanced Actions in Captivate to control the properties of an image on a slide. You can show and hide the visible properties of an image or other objects dynamically in your eLearning courses with this technique.
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