May 24, 2011

Adding Multiple Click-based Animations on a Screen with Adobe Captivate 5

You are creating a simulation-based course and you need to demonstrate a couple of related workflows which include just about six to eight steps each. You are not convinced to create separate screens for such small demonstrations. So, what should you do?

Looks like you need a screen where you can include all these simulations which play on-demand, one at a time. Let’s learn how to create such a screen.

Here’s an example for you… There is one common animation area and five different buttons that trigger the animation. Notice that the animation plays from the starting frame every time you click the related button.

And here’s how you can create such a screen:

Let me know if you found this post useful or have any questions by leaving a comment on this post.

Happy Captivating! 🙂

Posted by poojajaisingh2:51 PM
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