Personalized Adobe Captivate 4 Software Simulations: An Advanced How-To Tutorial

 

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In case you don’t yet follow me on Twitter @rjacquez, you may have missed many of the short how-to video tutorials I record and publish daily on practical ways to get the most out of the Adobe products you use, for example Adobe Captivate 4 and other products in the eLearning Suite and Technical Communication Suite.

The following tweet is one I posted recently on using Variables and RDLs for developing personalized Software Simulations in Adobe Captivate 4. Click the image below to launch the original tweet, which has the link to the recording:

In addition, here are few more tweets about the the top most viewed videos recently published. Once again, click each image below to launch the original tweet, which has the link to the recording.

 

 

Feel free to search my Twitter timeline for other similar how-to tweets, and follow me on Twitter to receive new videos and tips in real-time: http://twitter.com/rjacquez/

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2 Responses to Personalized Adobe Captivate 4 Software Simulations: An Advanced How-To Tutorial

  1. alberto says:

    Thanks for the last video about advance action control the player.Very good video

  2. Gideon says:

    Thanks for the variable video you posted. Very insightful. I have a question though. I have been asked to create a Certificate in Flash (which I am not so familiar with) to be embedded in Captivate for a Learning Presentation. The certificate will display the name of the person once they pass the quiz in the previous slides. Please help me with the steps on how to accomplish the embedding and creation of the certificate. Thanks in advance.