When I create a Hyperlink in a Text Caption and preview the project, in my Safari browser the hyperlink is displayed correctly however, Captivate adds a “1” to the text information. I tried everything from using the complete link to a variety of link shorteners that provided me a link that did not contain any numbers . Has anyone ever encountered this problem?
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Can anyone direct me to where I can find or how to create a menu section and progress bar for a responsive course with about 65 slides using the Flat Blue Summer Collection 2018 layout or another suitable course layout or starter? I see many starters and layouts but none of them includes a menu section or a progress bar section.
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I am very excited to be using Adobe Captivate 2017. What an outstanding tool! I tired the 30 day trial a few months ago and while I was impressed, I thought that I needed more time to really consider what I could do in the future with such a powerful tool. After purchasing Adobe Captivate 2017, reviewing the short tutorials and taking an Adobe Captivate 2017 course on LYNDA.com, I feel like Adobe Captivate 2017 will provide me with all I need to do a great job on my next eLearning project without any problems. The design, power, and ease of use of Adobe Captivate 2017 has prompted me to consider several new eLearning projects to complete in the near future. Finally, a great plus when using Adobe Captivate 2017 is that you know that help along with access to users with cutting-edge ideas are a click away in the Adobe Captivate community.