Adobe Captivate 2017: Creating Responsive Simulations

In this blog, we are going to see how to create responsive simulations using Adobe Captivate 2017.

In general, simulation can be created in three ways. They are:

Demo – In this mode, user can view the simulation like a video without the need to interact.

Training – In this mode, user can interact with the project as well as it will be directing the user using dialog boxes with respect to the steps derived by the developer

Assessment – It allows user to click the mouse at the appropriate areas, type in information into various fields and click on fields or buttons to submit the content without any hints/dialog box.

For instance, let us record the steps to create responsive simulations in Adobe captivate 2017 demo mode. To do so, you need to follow the steps below:

  • First, select Responsive Project from the available options in captivate.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • Now, click on Slides option below the file tab and choose Software simulationfrom the drop down menu.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • Next, select the slide form where you need to insert this simulation.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

This will open a Record dialog box.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • There you need to select the Microsoft word presentation from the select to window to record drop down menu.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • Next, check the box Snap to window to toggle it to the desired area.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • Now, select the mode as Demo mode and click Record button to start your recording.

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

How to create responsive simulations using adobe captivate 2017

  • After counter count downs to 1, automatically your Microsoft Word comes to the foreground.
  • You can make your own steps by clicking on to the project.

 

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Adobe Captivate – Translation Feature for Developing Multilingual Courses

Adobe Captivate – Translation Feature for Developing Multilingual Courses

Exporting and importing the eLearning content for localization which has been made easy with Adobe Captivate 2017 authoring tool.

We would like to share the brief procedure in detail along with reference images.

Here is the step by step process to exporting a project into Microsoft Word document for translating.

Open an Adobe Captivate project, which you like to export for translation content document.

Step 01:

Now you are ready to export your project for a translated document.

Select the File menu in the top left corner.

Step 02:

And then select Export in the dropdown list.

Step 03:

In dropdown list selects Project Captions and Closed Captions option.

Step 04:

Choose a location to save your preferences file and name file e.g. “Captivate template captions” or with a different name as you are preferred and click Save.

Step 05:

Now you have successfully completed the exporting project into a Microsoft Word (.doc) document which contains source language.

Note: Always make a copy of the exported Microsoft word document before translating.

Step 06:

We can open the exported document in Microsoft word. The document consists of 5 columns, in that 2 important columns are Original Text Caption Data (contains source language e.g. English at present) and Updated Text Caption Data (we can enter preferred language).

Note: Do not make any changes in Slide ID, Item ID, and Slide values in the word document file when localization.

These IDs are necessary to import the document back into Adobe Captivate.

How to Importing a translated document step by step procedure?

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Adobe’s new update for its most popular eLearning authoring tool, Captivate 2017 is released now! It is loaded with tons of new exciting features and enhancements! Be it custom eLearning content development, rapid elearning, mobile learning, simulation-based eLearning or microlearning, Adobe Captivate has been the choice of eLearning developers and eLearning providers. This update brings the best of the features which help you reimagine the way you develop HTML5-based interactive eLearning. This means more flexibility in creating fully responsive multi-device eLearning and mLearning content.

In our last blog, we have covered the new features of Adobe Captivate 2017. So for now, we will take a look at the improved features or enhancements to understand what makes it better than Adobe Captivate 9.

Multi-Device Responsive eLearning Authoring – Enhancement:

With Adobe Captivate 2017, creating multi-device eLearning content has never been so easy. Your eLearning content adapts itself to every mobile device without developing the same slide for multiple times for different views. Now you can use Device-Specific previews to see how your eLearning content looks on any device. One publish for all devices. You’d love this enhancement as it reduces redundancy in development saving you a huge amount of time.

Responsive Themes – Enhancement:

The responsive themes are now loaded with Fluid boxes that enable you to render fully responsive content for multiple devices. You can customize themes for an enhanced look and feel with blended backgrounds, styles, fonts, and layouts. You can also save them for future.

Responsive Motion Effects Without Programming – Enhancement:

Take learner engagement to the next level. Create motion effects using fluid object transitions even for responsive elearning projects without any code. Define motion paths and control how objects move.

Shared Advanced Actions – Enhancement:

Applying Shared Advanced Actions within the project is much easier now with the introduction of Conditional tab in the Advanced Actions dialog box. You can now convert standard to conditional action and vice versa eliminating the need to copy and paste the shared action. It saves your time and efforts.

Conclusion:

The enhancements in 2017 edition of Adobe Captivate enable you to create advanced multi-device learning with improved flexibility. In addition, it is also power-packed with the ability to convert a non-responsive eLearning project to responsive project, customizable closed captioning and many more.

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