April 3, 2012

Training: Power of Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate: Tips and Tricks

Description:

Join Lieve Weymeis, Adobe Captivate Expert and Adobe Education Leader along with Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaising to improve using Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate. We will learn the best practices to create advanced actions while avoiding pitfalls.

What’s in it for you?

  1. Prepare advanced actions in a structured way: choosing events, variables, action types
  2. Use labeling techniques as timesavers (tips)
  3. Use tricks with variables to shorten editing time
  4. Test actions (trick)
  5. Do’s and Don’ts

Prerequisites:
Know the meaning of variables, having played (minimally) with  standard/conditional action.

Recordinghttp://adobe.ly/Ms0N5d

Posted by Vish4:54 PM
  • any word on the new session?

    • Miles, the session did take place (it started an hour late). Sorry about the logistical hiccups. We hope to host Lieve on this series again in the near future. Meanwhile, we will be posting the recording to the last session later this week.

      • Mieke

        Will the recording be posted?
        Thx, Mieke

  • ricas77

    Will the recording of this session be available to watch?

  • Matt

    Is this recording still going to be shared? I’m really looking forward to it.

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