ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Tips for Importing PowerPoint Slides

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But sometimes Captivate needs a little extra help in communicating with PowerPoint on your computer in order to import slides. In the Convert Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations dialog box, select the specific slides you want to import. by Jennie Ruby, COTP.

ARTICULATE STORYLINE: Removing Built-In Slide Navigation

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She wanted learners to click on the buttons for slide-to-slide navigation.   The developer easily added the buttons she needed to the desired slides (via the Insert tab on the Ribbon, Interactive Objects).   Right-click a Storyline slide and choose Properties.

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Master the Captivate Universe With Master Slides

eLearning Brothers

In a webinar about Captivate 2017 that I recently presented, there were a lot of questions that came in about Master Slides and how to use them. Most themes will be designed using a master slide set. When you create a template the theme and master slides are saved with it.

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Articulate Storyline: Quiz Slide Remedition

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by Kal Hadi     Although there is no built-in Quiz  remediation  option in Storyline to redirect a learner to a particular slide where quiz content was covered, you can use variables, triggers, states, and some logic to add the feature.

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Adobe Captivate: Master Slide Placeholder Objects

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When you insert a Standard Object onto a master slide and then apply the master slide to a Filmstrip slide, the Standard Object on the master slide appears on the Filmstrip slide(s). The problem with adding objects to a master slide is that pesky plexiglass effect.

Adobe Captivate: Jumping to Named Slides

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You can allow your learners to jump from one slide in your eLearning lesson to any other slide via interactive slide objects. For example, in the image below, the Play Lesson button has been set to Jump to slide 3 in the project. by Kevin Siegel.

Adobe Captivate: Recording Narration to Multiple Slides

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by Jennie Ruby    The best practice when recording a voiceover script to narrate a series of slides is to create a separate audio recording for each slide. But when you are recording directly into your Captivate project, it can be quite tedious to open the Audio menu, choose Record to > Slide, record the slide, save the recording, close the Slide Audio dialog box, and start the process over for the next slide. The slide advances.

Adobe Captivate 5: New Slide, Blank Slide. What's the Deal?

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Take a look at the Insert menu in Adobe Captivate 5 and you'll see two similar commands: New Slide and Blank Slide. In fact, it will likely appear that New Slide and Blank Slide both result in a new, blank slide. by Kevin Siegel.

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Adobe Captivate: Partial Question Slide Scores

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Then, on the slide, I selected two of the answers as correct answers.   In the question slide that I used for this example, the question was worth 10 points.

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eLearning Today [Slides from #LSCon]

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Slides from today's session available for your viewing pleasure: eLearning Today: Trends in Tech #LSCON from Cammy Bean Thanks for the great conversation OK, so I'm no Bill Nye the Science Guy , but I did have fun presenting today at Learning Solutions , happening this week in Orlando.

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"Creating Better eLearning" - session slides from #ATDCore4

Learning Visions

My session slides from my presentation at ATD Core 4, happening this week in New Orleans. Tips for Better eLearning from Cammy Bean

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Adobe Captivate: A Master Slide for All Occasions

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Master Slides were first introduced in Adobe Captivate 5 and I've written a couple of articles about them including: Creating Master Slides , Placeholder Objects on Master Slides and how to Keep Master Slide Backgrounds at Bay. to some Filmstrip slides, but not all.

Adobe Captivate: Replacing PowerPoint Slides But Keeping the Audio

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The developer had imported a 60-slide PowerPoint presentation into Captivate and then added audio to each of the Filmstrip slides. In this instance, he was given a completely different presentation (the same audio was going to be used, but each slide visual was going to change).

Adobe Captivate: Hide Main Master Slide Objects

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Last week I wrote about Captivate's Main Master Slide and Content Master Slides. I demonstrated how adding an object to a Main Master Slide instantly adds that object to all of the Content Master Slides and the Filmstrip slides. I went on to say that once you added an object to a Main Master Slide, you were stuck with that object on all other slides. when it comes to using the Main Master Slide, Captivate isn't as draconian as I wrote.

Adobe Captivate: Rescale Imported or Pasted Slides

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by Kevin Siegel      If you have created a Captivate project and need to reuse a slide in another project, all you need to do is right-click the slide on the Filmstrip, choose the Copy menu item, switch to another (or new) Captivate project, and paste. Copying slides between projects gets a bit complicated if the two projects are not the same size. There is an easy way to ensure that slides rescale when pasted between projects.

Adobe Presenter: Get Control of Slide Titles and the TOC

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The Outline automatically lists the title of each slide, and viewers can click any title to navigate to that slide.  But let's say you preview your project, and one or more slides turns up in the Outline as "Slide x," where x = the slide number.

Tools of Engagement Slides from Texas Distance Learning Session

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Here are some slides and information covered in my presentation at the Texas Distance Learning Association conference. I’ve included the slides from the presentation and slide on using PollEverywhere and writing directly in PowerPoint in slideshow mode.

Adobe Captivate 5: One Masterful Slide

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by Kevin Siegel Ever needed to display an object across several or all of your Captivate project slides? One way to show an object (such as your logo) across multiple slides is to use Captivate's Show for rest of project command via the Options tab of several objects.

Adobe Captivate 6: Question Slide Partial Scores

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Then, on the slide, I selected two of the answers as correct answers. In the question slide that I used for this example, the question was worth 10 points.

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Open Different Slides Depending on Device Type

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In this Quicktip video tutorial, I show you how you can use the system variable cpInfoMobileOS to create a conditional action that will navigate your end users to different slides depending on what type of device they are using to view your eLearning project.

Several Multiple Choice Questions on 1 Slide

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In this Adobe Captivate Video Tutorial, I show you how you can use the fill in the blank style of question slide to create a single slide that contains several multiple choice question slides.

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eLearning and PowerPoint: The Right to Bare Slides

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  Try splitting the bullets up into separate slides with a single image to illustrate each point or forego the text altogether and replace it with a chart, diagram, or other informative image. It is not necessary to have every bit of information you cover on the slide.

Slides & Webcast: Six Simple eLearning Success Strategies

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As instructional designers, we know the difference between presenting information and providing learning experiences. But we must often get the support of others for doing more, and that’s not always easy.

Adobe Captivate 6: Placeholder Objects on Master Slides

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by Kevin Siegel    When you insert a Standard Object onto a master slide, and then apply the master slide to a Filmstrip slide, the Standard Object also appears on the Filmstrip slide. For instance, I inserted an Image Placeholder Object on my master slide.

4 Tricks for Achieving True Storyline Slide Mastery

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Creating an eLearning course can be a long process, especially if you have a lot of slides in your course. Part of achieving that mastery is learning how to effectively and efficiently utilize master slides in your course. Item 1: Understand the different types of master slides.

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Articulate Storyline 360: Publish Settings – How to publish a single slide or scene?

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In earlier version of Articulate Storyline, publishing a single slide or a scene was not possible. Whereas in Articulate Storyline 360, it is possible to do so. Let’s have a look at publish settings. STEP 1: Open the publish settings dialog box. STEP 2: Click on “Publish” option.

Microsoft PowerPoint: Hide a Master Slide Logo

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My first thought was to tell her to remove it from the master slides. However, she had already tried this and the logo appeared to be part of the actual background, even on the master slide. Delete the shape from the slide.

#ASTDTK14 Slides and Resources

Kapp Notes

Here are the slides I would have presented. Unfortunately, the weather here in Pennsylvania did not cooperate with my desire to head to Las Vegas to talk about game design. So, I am going to try to provide information and ideas here. So disappointed not to be at the conference.

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PowerPoint 2010: Note Handouts with Multiple Slides Per Page

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If you have tried to print handouts in PowerPoint 2010 that include the slide notes, you may have noticed a bit of a shortcoming. You can print handouts with multiple slides per page, or you can print handouts that include the notes. Select Notes next to slides. by AJ George.

Printing Slides in Articulate Storyline 2

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It’s not uncommon for Articulate Storyline developers to want to create a way for their learners to print a current slide for later reference. First, you will need to decide which slide to use the Print function on. If you want to use it on all slides, select the Slide Master.

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Adobe Presenter Video Express: Synchronizing Voiceover Audio with Slide Builds

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The script is organized by which slide in your PowerPoint presentation each audio segment belongs to. When you get the voiceover recordings back, you just import each segment to the slide it belongs to. When you preview your presentation, everything plays smooth as silk until--there is a click-activated animation on slide 12. Now, as the pre-recorded audio plays, the slide just sits there, and the animation is never activated.

Number “1.” Shows up on bottom of slides

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” with the period that appears at the bottom right of some of my slides. I don’t see it on the slide in edit mode so now sure why it publishes on the project. ” Shows up on bottom of slides appeared first on eLearning. Discussion number on slideWhen I preview and publish my captivate project, there is a number “1.” The post Number “1.”

Creating Lightbox Slides in Articulate Storyline

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In an Articulate Storyline module users move from one slide to another via a ‘jump to slide trigger’, but what if they could jump to a slide and keep their place in the module at the same time?

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2007: Troubleshooting Pasted Slides

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You've decided to paste some of the slides into another PowerPoint presentation following your own finely crafted master layouts. The cause is most likely that your presentation source did not use a master slide, or did not use standard content placeholders. Open the presentation into which you want to paste slides. View the slides in  Slide Sorter View  by choosing  View > Presentation Views > Slide Sorter.