In this video, learn how to start a new project from scratch by selecting the new responsive project template to create a project that's viewable on any device.
- [Instructor] Creating a new Captivate project…from a PowerPoint presentation…allows you to get a nice headstart…and basically mimic your presentation here in Captivate.…Of course, you then would have the opportunity…to make modifications, add interactivity, etc,…but what you really have are very basic slides.…The content you see on the slide…is more like a slide background.…You don't have individual objects…that you can move around and work with.…So, you may want to create your new project from scratch…and borrow content from a PowerPoint presentation.…
It's actually much more popular…than creating directly from the slides.…Let's close up what we created in the previous movie here.…You can go to File and Close…or go up to the tab that appears above the first slide here,…click that X in the left hand corner,…and choose Don't Save to close up the project.…It takes us back to the start screen…and, as you can see here, with New selected,…we can create new projects,…including a blank project or a responsive project.…
- What is Captivate 2017?
- Touring the Captivate 2017 interface
- Building a project
- Using assets and interactions
- Adding animation
- Adding and programming buttons
- Adding audio and video
- Using voiceovers
- Elearning assessment basics
- Setting up a quiz
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
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Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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