Join Anastasia McCune for an in-depth discussion in this video Utilizing master slides, part of Captivate 9: Software Simulations.
…Captivate is similar to PowerPoint in that it…uses slides to organize content in a project.…The one other similarity between the two programs is the concept of master slides.…Basically, you can put something on a master slide once and…that object will then appear on all the slides in your project.…And this is convenient for things like logos or…copyright lines that need to appear consistently throughout a project.…And that's exactly what we're going to do here.…We'll use master slides and a similar concept, called content master slides…to add in a logo and a copyright line to our project.…
So, we'll start with the copyright line, now I've…got slide 1 selected in my film strip to start.…But it actually doesn't really matter what slide you've got selected.…What we're really after is down here underneath the…main stage where we see the tab labeled Master Slide.…When I click it, Captivate throws up a…quick little message telling us that we're going into…Master Slide view, as opposed to when I click…on slide 1 again, we're going into Filmstrip view.…
In this project-based course with Captivate expert Anastasia McCune, learn how to record software simulations for your company or elearning project with Captivate. Discover how to plan, record, format, and adjust interactions for your simulation—elements that will make the training more realistic and intuitive—and publish the simulation where students can reach it.
- Choosing the right Captivate project type
- Rehearsing your simulation
- Adding intro and outro slides, captions, and transitions
- Controlling click buttons and boxes
- Adjusting slide timing
- Using skins
- Publishing your project