Setting application preferences


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Setting application preferences

There are many preferences inside of Captivate that control how the application behaves. They also help us to control how default objects and default pages will be created when we make them in Captivate. Let's see how we can adjust those preferences now. On a Macintosh, the Preferences menu is located under the Adobe Captivate menu. On a Windows computer, it's located under the Edit menu. Like the Properties panel the Preferences panel is contextual. This means that some of these categories will refer to the application as a whole, and others are going to refer to the project that we have open at this time.

We're going to focus now on the Global category, which contains general application settings and the defaults for new objects inside of Captivate. When you open the Preferences panel, it will show you the general settings for the application, which is the top of the Global group. By default, Show Welcome Screen is on. The Welcome screen is a handy thing; it provides you qu...

Setting application preferences
Video duration: 5m 51s 7h 32m Beginner Updated Aug 05, 2011

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Setting application preferences 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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