March 23, 2011

Creating a Click-Reveal Text Screen in Adobe Captivate 5

I’m back with the next type of screen. We learned how to create a Tabbed Screen couple of weeks back. Now let’s see how we can create a Click-Reveal Text screen in Adobe Captivate 5. Before we get into the steps, let me show you how the screen would look like:

Looks good? Want to add such a screen in your course? Go ahead and follow these simple steps:

Let me know if you found this post useful or have any questions by leaving a comment on this post. I would also like to know if there’s some specific type of screen/interaction example you are looking for.

Happy Captivating! :)

Posted by poojajaisingh1:25 PM
  • Ram

    Cool tip…Thank you Pooja!!!!

  • Ram

    How can we create flash cards in Captivate? Appreciate if you could publish a tutorial on designing flash card interaction.

  • Ed Martino, PhD

    Nicely done, Dr. Singh :)

    • poojajaisingh

      Thanks Dr. Edward :)

  • Nicholas Del Carlo

    Very nice Pooja! I like your green template. Can you share some Captivate templates with me?

    Thank you,


    • poojajaisingh

      Thanks Nick. Will surely share some templates with you… Keep looking for my future posts! :)

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  • Rnick821

    I am glad to see that Adobe fixed the problem in Captivate 4 that made the timeline continue when a button was pushed, no matter what. In creating similar interactions to this, you had to use some other variables to ensure that the project just didn’t start back up and move to the next slide, which was a time consuming pain.

    Now…my question…I just downloaded the 5.5 upgrade trial version, and I am hoping my work buys it. Do you know if there is a way to combine this type of interaction with some kind of animation effect so that the text can fly in or otherwise appear in a more flashy way than just popping in? I am not having much luck.

    • Rnick821

      Never mind. Figured it out. :) Just had an inspiration. I do like how Adobe improved the advanced interaction functionality. Much, much cleaner and easier to use.

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  • noob

    Hi there, I just downloaded the trial version of version 5.5 (upgraded from 4). I can only see the old image buttons from Captivate 4, and I don’t see the lovely one you used (click_up). Did you create that button yourself?

    • poojajaisingh

      Yes, i created them using images from :)

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  • maruca11

    Thank you sooo much – I have been trying to figure out how to best create pop-up boxes to my courses and this shows me exactly how! Many thanks!

    • Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

      You’re welcome! :)

  • YBuhrman

    Pooja, once again you have come to the rescue. I have been trying to implement just this type of animation and couldn’t figure out how to hide the pop ups. thanks so much!

    • Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

      I’m glad this tutorial helped :)

  • TranscendJGS

    Thank you for making this helpful guide Pooja~

  • Hunter

    How can we create click-reveal functionality that is accessible in captivate?

  • Julie

    Does this work for Captivate 7? I have followed these instructions several times and cannot get my next button to appear.

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