This Comprehensive Captivate 9 training class will introduce you to the essential Adobe Captivate 9 skills you need to know to get up and running with Captivate as quickly as possible. Using Adobe Captivate 9, you can capture screen shots on your computer and quickly turn them into lessons or movies. The movies you create can be interactive and you can add images, captions, rollovers, clickable areas, typing areas and sound effects. In addition, you will learn Captivate's higher-end functionality while improving your production skills via project templates, design templates, advanced actions and scripts. You will learn to collaborate with team members via Captivate 8's powerful commenting features. You'll enhance your users experience via variables that will make it seem like each eLearning lesson you produce has been customized for and is talking directly to your customer.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
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