Editing the Google Slides Master and Layouts 

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A mishmash of fonts, colours and slide layouts is sure to, at the least, distract an audience from your message and, at worst, have a negative impact on how they view your abilities. In Google Slides, editing the Master and Layouts is an easy way to make sure that your presentations have a set style that stays true to your brand. Before we look at how to edit the Master in Google Slides, let’s take a step back and explain what the Master actually is. Google Slides

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. Master Slides. There are essentially two types of Master Slides. If you want a unified background color, logo, etc throughout your slides, you can place them here.

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3 Tips for Importing PowerPoint Slides Into Storyline

Tim Slade

One of the great features of Articulate Storyline is the ability to import slides from PowerPoint. However, Storyline doesn’t always import your slides properly. Depending on what features (animations, slide transitions, SmartArt, etc.) Check out this post and video for three tips for importing PowerPoint slides into Storyline. Tip #1: Check Your Slide Size. By default, Storyline sets its slides to a 4:3 aspect ratio.

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Editable map for Google Slides

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Your free, editable world map for Google Slides! If you’re an avid PowerPoint user you may be familiar with its handy map feature, which allows users to add a fully customisable world map to their slides. It’s a useful resource and one that we wish Google Slides had too. Whilst Slides has great in-built features and resources – from graphs and charts to free add-on icon sets – it just isn’t as feature heavy as PowerPoint, and misses out on some useful tools.

Legendary Presentations: eLearning, Sales Collateral, and Defeating Death-by-PowerPoint

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director, BrightCarbon

We’ll work together in a highly practical, demo-led session, in which you’ll learn how to create visual slides, manipulate images, master animations, make it interactive, and produce content that will delight your audience.

Creating a Question Slide

Adobe Captivate

Question slides are the foundation for analyzing what the learner has retained. Select Question Slide. Select the type of Question Slide you need from the Insert Question options. For this example, we’re going to create a Multiple Choice Question Slide. You have the choice of creating a graded question slide, survey question slide, or pretest question slide. You’ll find the settings to the right of the workspace area for the slide.

Matching Quiz Slide Results

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For example, I have 5 things to match on the slide (Put these items in the order you should complete them) and each is worth one point in the final score calculation. If the quiz taker gets 4 out of the 5 of them matched correctly, that should be an 80%, but on the results slide it show as a 0/5 because all five were not matched correctly. The post Matching Quiz Slide Results appeared first on eLearning.

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How to format text in Google slides

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If you want to make your latest presentation look more polished and professional, read this handy list of tricks and techniques showing you how to format text in Google Slides for quick visual wins! How to add a hanging indent in Google Slides. So, if you’ve always wondered how to create a hanging indent in Google Slides, today is your lucky day! Making a hanging indent in Google Slides is a quick and easy process. How to wrap text in Google Slides.

Question Slide freezing and not continuing to next slide

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My second question slide keeps freezing and will not continue to the third question slide. I have tried rearranging the slides to see if it is an issue with that slide but it seems to be an issue with being the second question slide. Whatever order I put the three questions in which ever slide is in the 2nd position will not continue to the third question. The post Question Slide freezing and not continuing to next slide appeared first on eLearning.

How to make sensational slide transitions in PowerPoint

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Underwhelmed by the built-in slide transitions in PowerPoint? We’re hoping slide transitions in PowerPoint get slicker in the future, but until that happens, we’re using this DIY method to add good-looking transitions in ourselves. In the pop-up box, slide the Smooth End slider all the.

Panning Slides Interaction by Raptivity 2020

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The post Panning Slides Interaction by Raptivity 2020 appeared first on. A highly visual interaction best suited to depict a sequential event, process, or timeline. knowledgebase

ARTICULATE STORYLINE: Master Slides vs Layouts: What's the Difference?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

When it comes to working efficiently in Articulate Storyline, few things top the proper use of Slide Masters. When I teach my beginner Storyline class, students are always surprised to learn that Storyline supports masters and, even better, that master slides are so easy to use.   One of the more common misunderstandings when it comes to slide masters is the difference between a slide master and layout slides.

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Slide breakdown question

Adobe Captivate

In Captivate, is it better to have fewer slides that are more complex or more slides that are less complex? For example, i’m working on a course introduction and i’m wondering if it’s better to create a title slide, an introduction slide, a how to use this course slide that seamlessly auto-advance or to create one slide that’s all those things before advancing to the objectives.

Adobe Captivate 2019: Convert Simple Videos Into Interactive Videos With Overlay Slides Feature

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Overlay slides feature is an effective way to convert videos into interactive content. But, with this interactive video feature you can gauze the user understanding… Authoring Tools eLearning Adobe Captivate 2019 feaatures AuthoringTool Captivate 2019 Content Slides convert mp4 videos into interactive content Convert normal videos into Interactive videos Interactive course elements Overlay Slides feature Publish videos to HTML5 content

eLearning Design – 38 Slide Design Tips from the Pros

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When your eLearning slides look great, viewer engagement increases, your instructional voice is enhanced, and you hear “I love it!” But for those of us who aren’t trained designers, slides can be a struggle. ” more often.

First Slide

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How do I remove the first slide with the Play symbol. The post First Slide appeared first on eLearning. Captivate 2019. HTML5/SWF Preview/Publish Question adobe captvate html5/swf preview/publish question

ARTICULATE STORYLINE: Removing Built-In Slide Navigation

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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). She then added the appropriate Triggers to each of the buttons so that when learners clicked the buttons, they moved forward, backward, or jumped to different slides.  (The image below is a slide I created for demonstration purposes.

Slide numbering

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The post Slide numbering appeared first on eLearning. Hello, I would like to simply start my screen numbering from 1 after a Title screen. I have tried subtracting from this system variable: $$cpInfoCurrentSlide$$. Like so: $$cpInfoCurrentSlide$$-1. cpInfoCurrentSlide$$-‘1’ $$cpInfoCurrentSlide-1$$. But nothing seems to work. Thanks. Discussion Interactions Variables "Elearning authoring tools" discussion

Better Than Bullet Points: Alternative Text Slide Designs

Mike Taylor

One of the most common challenges for anyone designing slides for presentations or elearning projects is what do with text content. In many projects it is difficult, if not impossible to get rid of all the text, it is super useful to have a few tricks up your sleeve for handling slide text. Take a look at what Kristin did with this slide. In a nutshell, they look at two consecutive slides to compare the differences and automatically animate between the two.

Adobe Captivate: Knowledge Check Slides

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  When adding question slides to a project, you can insert graded questions, survey questions (questions that do not have a right or wrong answer), Pretest questions (questions with right and wrong answers that can be worth points, but are not graded along with regular question slides), and now, Knowledge Check Slides.   Similar to Pretest questions, Knowledge Check slides do not count against the overall quiz score.

How to make an interactive presentation in Google Slides

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In this blog post, we’ll walk through how to make an interactive presentation in Google slides. Now that we’re on the same page, let’s delve into how to actually create an effective interactive presentation in Google Slides. From the Google Slides homepage , look to the top left and click the Blank button to open a new presentation. Now, let’s move on to the all-important menu slide. First, locate the Shape button on the toolbar in slides, and select a shape.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Tips for Importing PowerPoint Slides

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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. To be able to update the slides in PowerPoint if needed and have them synchronize with the Captivate project, ensure that the Link checkbox is selected. Keep the other default settings (Advance slide on Mouse click).

How to insert video and audio into Google Slides

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Although Google Slides is an incredibly simple and intuitive tool for building presentations, its animation limitations mean that slides can lack oomph. An easy way to bring movement and dynamism to your slides is by adding audio or video. In this blog post, we’re going to show you how to insert audio and video into Google Slides and give you some examples where using video can enrich your presentations and increase audience engagement. Google Slides

slide advancement

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I have three buttons on my slide that i want the learner to click on and hear the audio. The post slide advancement appeared first on eLearning. I am using the 2017 release. Only after the learner listens to all three buttons do I want the navigation buttons to appear. I can’t simply time the icons to appear because the learner might delay in listening to the icons. The icons need to appear automatically only after each button is listened to. Any suggestions?

Differance between Blank Slide & content slide.

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Can any one explain what is difference between blank slide and Content Slide. Normally I use Blank Slide but when I checked Content Slide also… I could not notice difference. The post Differance between Blank Slide & content slide. appeared first on eLearning. Adobe Captivate Q&As Question eLearning elearning community question

ARTICULATE STORYLINE: Removing Built-In Slide Navigation

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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). She then added the appropriate Triggers to each of the buttons so that when learners clicked the buttons, they moved forward, backward, or jumped to different slides.  (The image below is a slide I created for demonstration purposes.

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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.   You can modify the branching from a quiz question based on the learner's answer via a question slide's  Form View  by clicking the  More  button.

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5 Google Slides video tutorials to help you become a Slides wizard

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At BrightCarbon, we’re big fans of Google Slides. So, we’re going to show you some of the cool things you can do in Google Slides, so you can make the most of using it. Below are 5 easy to follow Google Slides video tutorials that might just inspire your next Slides project! If you really want to get to grips with what Google Slides can do, check out our Ultimate Guide to Google Slides. How to create a two-toned icon in Google Slides.

PowerPoint 2010: Reuse Slides

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Sometimes it would really save time if you could reuse a slide from an existing presentation rather than have to copy and paste all of its elements to a new slide. In Normal view, decide where in your presentation you would like to reuse a slide and select the slide directly before it. PowerPoint will insert the slide after whatever slide you have selected.)   From the Home tab, choose Slides > New Slide > Reuse Slides.

Adobe Captivate: Hide Main Master Slide Objects

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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: 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. To create a branch, select an interactive slide object (such as a button or click box) and select Jump to slide from the On Success drop-down menu (via the Action group on the Properties panel). For example, in the image below, the Play Lesson button has been set to Jump to slide 3 in the project. by Kevin Siegel.

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? Well, to do this you’ll need a light box which allows you to link to content from […]. Articulate eLearning Development Articulate 360 design elearning elearning development

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. Video conditional action cpInfoMobileOS depending on OS device type navigate navigate users to slides automatically OS type system variable

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). In my Captivate classes , I describe the relationship between objects placed on a master slide and a Filmstrip slide this way: it's as if a piece of plexiglass has been dropped on top of the Filmstrip slide that protects the master slide objects.

Filmstrip and Master slide view

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In captivate 9 I was able to have film strip, master slide and object state all on the left hand side of my project. The post Filmstrip and Master slide view appeared first on eLearning. Master Slides Question Themes/Templates Adobe Captivate Adobe Support Team q&as questionHello, I just upgraded to captivate 2019 from captivate 9. And also be able to drag each one along with my timeline. So far in 2019 I have not figured out how to do this.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Tips for Importing PowerPoint Slides

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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. To be able to update the slides in PowerPoint if needed and have them synchronize with the Captivate project, ensure that the Link checkbox is selected. Keep the other default settings (Advance slide on Mouse click).

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

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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. If you've created a Master Slide and used the Master Slide on a slide on the Filmstrip, inserting a New Slide will ensure that the new slide also uses the Master Slide. by Kevin Siegel.

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