December 6, 2011

Captivate Training: Creating Interesting Interactivities with Adobe Captivate – Part 1

Topic: Creating Interesting Interactivities with Adobe Captivate – Part 1

Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to learn how to create interactive screens using Advanced Actions and Variables in Adobe Captivate 5.5. The interactive screens included in this two-part training session will be click-reveal text screen, tabbed screen, click-based animation screen, and timeline screen.

Recording Link: http://adobe.ly/yZPmn9

Posted by poojajaisingh2:29 PM
  • Jlgorham

    I missed this. Was it recorded and will it be posted?

    • Yes, I’ll be updating the page with the recording link in a day or two.

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  • Miriam L Nastasiak

    I’m brand new at this – my boss wants me to check it out. Where would be the best place to start learning.

  • Massenova8

    i want to be abble to record myself as i do a class and put it on internet or record it somehow as a video,how to do it?

  • Sorankin

    I am sure that I will coming back and reviewing this page pretty regularly (until completing these types of tasks become second nature). But I found it to be quite helpful.

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