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Adobe Captivate 7: Beyond the Essentials by Kevin Siegel

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Simple Actions

If you want an interactive object (Button, Click Box or Text Entry Box) to perform a single Action, it’s a simple matter of selecting the object and visiting the Action group on the Properties panel. Common actions include jumping to a slide, playing a sound, or even opening a file. The lessons that follow introduce you to Advanced Actions. You will create an interactive recipe that teaches a learner how to make Biff's Caramel Apples. The project uses simple actions, conditional actions and combo actions that allow learners to adjust the ingredients used in the recipe based on the number of servings desired. With a click of a button, learners are able to view images of the shopping list and the finished caramel apple.

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