February 9, 2009

Improvements in Captivate 4 – Resize/Rescale project

Lot of you who have used Captivate 3 or lesser version would know how much rework was required in case you re-scaled your project. Some of the top concerns were:-

  1. When re-sizing a project to small size and opt for rescale, the caption text don’t resize
  2. Inserting question slides in a resized project does not re-size the captions available on the question slide.
  3. Objects on a question slide are of fixed size irrespective of the project size  

Here’s the good news – all the issues mentioned above and many more related to project resize have been fixed in Captivate 4.

Check out the Captivate movie to see some of these improvements.

 

I will be posting more of these lesser known improvements in Captivate 4; so keep watching!

Posted by Jayashree Pandeya4:00 PM
  • How do i reduce the size of a large captivate file? 108 slides, 21,211 KB. I performed a save as and deleted all but slides 1 – 35. also deleted unused images. file size did not change, still 21,211 KB.

  • patrick

    I have migrated power point presentation to CP3. In CP3 I added skin and everything works good. When I use keyboard only, I mean When I use Tab key, the cursor does not stop at play bar controls. Is there any way to make it work.Thanks

  • Sue Day

    Every time I rescale – regardless of how much or how many slides there is an obvious degredation in quality of the backgrounds. Any tips?

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