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A Responsive IE10 Quick Start Guide Using Breakpoints

This showcase presents a responsive Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) quick start guide. Though originally created in a prior version of Captivate, the project was converted to Captivate 2019 prior to publishing.


The content for project is based on a quick start guide used during a large scale operating system upgrade. The purpose was to provide employees the opportunity to learn the essential functions of IE10, without overwhelming them with a complete manual.

Some of the key features of the project include:

A couple of notes on the navigation panel. In general, the guide is not set up to “auto play”. Instead, to move between slides, the user must click on a playbar option, menu option or additional navigation button on the screen. The exception is for the video demonstrations where the content plays as a movie and the user can pause, forward or go to a prior slide. Since the first screen is the menu, the “Replay” option on the playbar serves as the “Return to Menu” button.

Below are some references that are great sources of information for each of the key features.


eLearning Brothers | New Breakpoints in Captivate 9

sdwarwick | Re: how disable the next button on playbar on one specific slide

Rod Ward | Dynamic Menu Slides in Adobe Captivate – From Simple to Complex

AdobeELearning | Create your first video demo with Adobe Captivate (2017 Release)

Andy Beales – Unsplash | Man Running in Airport
@Freepik | Electronic devices mock-ups 
Rawpixel – Unsplash | Aerial View of Laptop with White Background

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