Posts tagged "Smart Shapes"

September 18, 2012

Creating a Screen with Multiple Lightboxes in Adobe Captivate 6

Creating interactive screens in Adobe Captivate 6 is fun and easy! You can use the new Interactions to add Accordions, Tabs, Process Circles, Timeline, Matrix, Glossary, etc. to your course screens. All you need to do is to add text, audio, and images to it and change the color scheme and theme of the interaction to match with your course look and feel.

What’s even more exciting is that now with the new Smart Shapes and Grouping feature, creating custom interactions has also become very easy. Let’s take a look at one such interaction:

In this interaction, Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh7:43 PM Permalink
August 22, 2012

My Favorite Adobe Captivate 6 Features and a Short Tutorial on How to Create a Play/Pause Button

Guest Blog by: Sara Carpenter, President and Founder at Qurve Learning.

At Qurve Learning, we create e-learning programs that help patients prepare for medical procedures. Our programs are fully narrated and use photos, illustrations, animation, and video to make health information easy to understand and follow.

We’ve used Adobe’s E-Learning Suite since it was first released a few years ago and have upgraded regularly. We recently took Captivate 6 for a test spin and am pleased with the new enhancements. Here are few of our favorite features:

Posted by poojajaisingh1:57 PM Permalink
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