Adobe Captivate 9: Advanced Actions Part 1

The eLearning software market is packed with the latest and greatest of everything, but regardless of what tool you’re using, you still need that tool to make engaging and educational eLearning content. Once you understand some of the core features available in a tool like Adobe Captivate, you can build upon those core features and build solutions for any issue.

Let’s say you’re working with some content that is neatly organized into 3 chunks that the user can view in any order. The type of interaction depends on how much content you have for each section. If it’s just a quick paragraph or a quick video, you could keep the content on the slide hidden until activated. If you’ve got several slides worth of content, you’re looking at a branched scenario. We’re going to work on the hidden text option for this post.

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