MAKE TRAINING FUN!

Employee motivation and engagement is a critical component of employee relations in any organization today. When you add training requirements to everyday work tasks, it can be perceived as extra work that needs more time and energy than a person already spends at the workplace. It becomes imperative that employees feel propelled by something more than just managerial directives to take on and complete training. Additionally, L&D invests a lot in developing, procuring, and tailoring content for organizational training initiatives.

Click below to see how Adobe Captivate Prime can help you make training fun at work, and keep learners / employees engaged and motivated.

Make Training Fun – A 2021 customer guide

Please do get in touch with your Customer Success Manager for more information. For support issues, please contact captivateprimesupport@adobe.com. For feedback regarding this document please email jaisim@adobe.com.

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How to Embed PDF in Course


To embed a PDF in a course:
1. Click object and in Properties panel set the action to Open URL or file.
2. Click the folder icon to locate and select the file
3. [IMPORTANT] Delete the first part of the location URL so that the name of the file only displays. For example, if you upload a file from your desktop with the location URL:

C:UsersUsernameDesktopJob Aid_Draft 6.pdf

Remove everything up to the file name itself, in this example, it is:

Job Aid_Draft 6.pdf

Otherwise, others with are don’t access the course using your local server/computer, will avoid the awful 404 error that would occur.

4. Publish your file (zip files). Locate all PDFs for your course and click and drag them to the zip folder. DO NOT UNZIP/OPEN SCORM AT ANY TIME!

Be sure to update the URL/Filename in Captivate if you rename a [PDF] file or replace it, otherwise it will cause a 404 error.

4. Publish your file (zip files). Locate all PDFs for your course and click and drag them to the zip folder. DO NOT UNZIP/OPEN SCORM AT ANY TIME!

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How do I use a fillable PDF in a Responsive slide, submission, and data collection. Captivate 2019.

I have created a fillable form using Adobe Acrobat Pro, and placed a submit form button on the page. I have no issues getting it to load in preview, all the forms fields are working, even the clear form button. But for some reason, I cannot seem to get the document to submit. Ideally, I’d prefer to have the data sent to my email, but Adobe Acrobat seems to want to launch a web based mail or application. How can I get this to work so it can be emailed to me, instead of having it being send to a network folder?

Anybody have a work around or tips? Greatly appreciate any help!

Is there a way for learners to export their content as a PDF after they finish a Captivate online course?

Hello,

I am trying to create an online course, and there are sections where I would like a learner to answer questions by writing content into a text entry box. It would be useful if at the end of the course they could keep all of the information they have entered in the form of a PDF, or Word document, or email, or in some other appropriate form.

Does anyone know if there is an option for a user to export all of their answers to themselves or to me? Hope this makes sense.

Any help will be hugely appreciative and thank you in advance for your help,

Ben

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Publish Adobe CC 2018 Responsive project as .exe or pdf

Team,

I would like to publish my adobe Captivate CC 2018 responsive project as a pdf or exe file.

I just need a quick way to share the file in a format that is simple to open and share as a quick review in an office setting.

I thank you for your help..

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