Responsive eLearning with Captivate 2017 – Part 10: Using Fluid Boxes with master slides

In this 14-part blog series, so far we’ve learned how to create a responsive project, rescale it, add Fluid Boxes to the slides, add objects to the Fluid Boxes, apply background fill, modify the properties of the Fluid Boxes, use the static and optional properties, and best practices for adding text in responsive projects. Now let’s learn how to use Fluid Boxes in master slides. Also learn how they are different from Fluid Boxes added to the Filmstrip slides.

When you apply a Master Slide to a slide in the project, it inherits the Fluid Boxes from the master slide.

Fluid Boxes on master slides work almost the same as the Fluid Boxes on filmstrip slides. Here are a few differences:

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