You can interlink Adobe Captivate projects or link them to other files when using the following features:

  • Interactive objects: text entry boxes, click boxes, and buttons

  • Question slides

  • Slide navigation

  • Project action

Make sure all the linked projects or files are in the same folder before you use the procedure to link them.

  1. Open the project that must be linked with another project.

  2. Determine the trigger for opening the other project. For example, the project is to be opened when slide 14 begins. Or, the project is to be opened when user clicks the button on slide 24.

    • If the trigger is based on events related to a slide, click the slide in the Filmstrip and deselect all the objects on the slide.

    • If the trigger is based on objects, select the object.

  3. In the Property Inspector, select one of the following options in On Success, Last Attempt, On Enter, or On Exit lists based on the option you chose in step 2:

    • Open URL Or File

    • Open Other Project

  4. Click the browse icon, and use the Open dialog box to link to the file or project.

  5. Delete the system path, if any, to make sure that only the filename is displayed in the URL or Project field.

  1. Open the project to be linked and select Quiz > Question Slide.

  2. In the Property Inspector, select Graded as the Type in the General area.

  3. In the Action area, select one of the following options in the On Success or Last Attempt fields based on your requirement:

    • Open URL Or File

    • Open Other Project

  4. Click the browse icon, and use the Open dialog box to link to the file or project.

  5. Delete the system path, if any, to make sure that only the filename is displayed in the URL or Project field.

註解:

When linking Captivate projects and publishing HTML5 output, copy all the referenced projects with their corresponding HTML files to the callees folder in the output folder.

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