Securing a project


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Securing a project

In this lesson we'll see how we can add some password protection to our Captivate project. We're going to use the Chapter 14 store file that's located in your Project folder in your Chapter 14 folder in your Exercise Files folder. Please open that now. In order to provide password protection we need to build a slide that forces the user to enter a value. We're going to validate that value against a known password. If the user enters the right password, then they'll be able to see the rest of the presentation. If the user enters the incorrect password, then he will bypass the presentation altogether and go right to the end.

Let's see how we do that now. Right-click on the Home slide and choose Insert > New Slide. Click-and-drag Slide 2 before Slide 1 to reorder the slides. We'll call slide number one Password. In the Properties panel click on Label and type in Password. Hit Enter to commit. Go down to the bottom of the presentation. After Slide 5 we'll insert o...

Securing a project
Video duration: 6m 28s 7h 32m Beginner Updated Aug 05, 2011

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Securing a project provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by James Lockman as part of the Captivate 5 Essential Training

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Education + Elearning
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Captivate
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